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There have been many changes in the United States following the attacks of September 11th In order to better understand the impact and resulting changes of the attacks we must compare the mentality of citizens and political leaders now as well as during times of war previous to September 11th We must not only look at our countrys reactions but also to how other countries view our inclinations towards fear of bombs and other attacks By looking at more than one cultures ideas on one situation we are able to compare and make more informed decisions and opinions about this difficult time This is what this paper will attempt to do At 845am a plane departing from Boston was hijacked and flown into the north tower of the World Trade Center located in New York City The flight was later revealed to be the American Airlines Flight 11 This airline was carrying ninety-two people aboard when it crashed into the north tower There were no survivors from this flight At 903am a second plane departing from Boston was also hijacked This plane was flown into the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York City This flight the United Airlines Flight 175 was carrying sixty-five people when it crashed into the south tower There were also no survivors on this flight At 939am a third hijacked plane departing from Washington was flown into the Pentagon This flight the American Airlines Flight 77 was carrying sixty-four people when it crashed There were also no survivors of this flight At 1010am a fourth plane was hijacked This plane was departing from Newark and crashed sixty miles south east of Pittsburgh It was stated in one article that this was not the intended destination for this flight and that it may have been meant for three possible destinations Camp David the White House or the US Capitol Building This flight the United Airlines Flight 93 was
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