“Ten Years After: How America Has Changed since 9/11”

This session takes an in-depth look at the results of a major TIME/Aspen Ideas Festival survey, conducted by Penn, Schoen, Berland. Two thirds of the people polled feel that America is in decline. Seventy-one percent say we are worse off now than we were at the beginning of this decade. Are we in fact in the most sustained period of pessimism since World War II?

Festival: 2011

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Watch and Listen: U.S.A.

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