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Without a universally agreed upon set of valuations of outcomes, no interpersonal consistency of the term "trust" exists. How do you survive an attack by an active shooter? This sampling of comments posted in Washington Square Park after September 11 shows that, along with sadness and anger, a democratic spirit is alive and well in New York City. Social movements, like the peace movement, can affect the climate of opinion, leading to representatives changing their views or feeling forced to shift their policies.

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