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I do not think that September 11th should be made into a national holiday Yes Americans and people all around the world should always remember the people who died in this tragedy and the heroes who lived or died but I dont think this day should become a holiday The terrorists who died in this tragedy are known as heroes in their country Even though we Americans will always remember this day and remember the terrorists as murders If alive the terrorists would probably be honored and feel like they truly achieved what they wanted to if a day was devoted to a day that they caused People in their country may decide they would love to create a holiday also which could possibly lead to more attacks on America By creating a holiday in a way we would be letting the terrorists win Every year on that day that they created schools would be closed people would not work it would be like that have achieved a little bit by subtracting a day out of each year I think that if this day was not made a holiday 911 is such a date that people will always remember and that future generations will be educated about so it will definitely be remembered and America does not need to stop their daily lives for this Yes I defiantly think that something special should be built in replacement of the towers What I am truly unsure I do not know if it is a good idea to build new buildings which will become the tallest in the city it will just be like setting up a new target and I dont know who would feel comfortable to work or live in them Its a great area and a large part of the New York City skyline so something should be placed there Whatever is placed there I Think there should be a monument for all
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