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Memorials are essential to the preservation of a shared memory.
No American adult alive on Sept. 11, 2001, is likely to forget the world-shattering events of that day. More than a decade removed from the terrorist attacks that griped the country, it’s sometimes difficult to tap the same range of emotions: uncertainty, fear and outrage were chief among our reactions.
Using civilian aircraft in that heinous manner shattered our sense of security but it also unified the national resolve and refocused millions on the priorities of faith and family.
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