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As Americans we believe that world events over the next few years will unfold from September 11th The safety and security that we all felt before will never be the same While Americans continue to recover our enemies continue to plan a way to bring us to our knees once again Many of us will never again be able to fly without a fear of what if and many of us will never again be able to turn on the morning news without the fear of what if We tend to have the attitude that terrorist attacks are events that happen in other countries like Israel where peace is unsteady Many of us never dreamed of having it in our own front yard and to compound those affects by seeing parts of the world celebrating at the sight of a super power falling to its knees While the attacks themselves are a focal point for many scholars I will focus not on the attacks but rather I will ask questions as to why the attacks happened and why it hurt so much to see others smile happily at the sight of our pain Americans are shocked to see that others would ever wish us pain Much of this is taught to us at an early age that everyone wants to be American and that the American Dream is the only way to live a full and happy life What role does the media play in continuing this naivet of American society and how does the media in other countries account for our pain How does our super power mentality play in this picture and why do many citizens of the world feel ill will towards Americans I will address these questions by reviewing foreign newscasts and magazine articles interviewing international politics experts and finally interviewing an expert in American foreign policy As citizens in a democracy we deserve the truth The truth about
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