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One Year After 9/11 Attacks - Part I

Special | 24m 28s

One year after the deadliest terror attack in American history, 18 Washington Week reporters came together to discuss how the attacks of September 11, 2001 changed the country. As Gwen Ifill said, "many things got back to normal but a whole lot changed forever." One year later, many were still grappling with issues such as the birth and death of bipartisanship and expanded presidential power.

Aired: 09/07/16

Rating: NR

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