December 28, 2011

North Korea Remains a Threat to Americans

Angus Reid, Angus Reid

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Many Americans believe that the passing of Kim Jong-il will have little effect on North Korean society, and still consider the country a menace to the United States, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

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