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A year has passed since the September 11th attacks in New York The debris is gone and there are no reminders left of the worst attack in American history It has been a year and people still feel the shock and anger they did when the twin towers collapsed but with good reason Our country was violated on September 11th Our religious freedom equality and economic opportunity was attacked on that day In its anniversary a large portion of television programming and news coverage is devoted to the attacks When the subject is brought up in school classmates groan thinking Not again It has just been a year since the greatest loss of lives on American soil since the Civil War and people are already tired of hearing about it I am not saying that people should always have it on their mind that they should let it hold them back from living their lives but I do not think that people should brush that off as some nuisance that changes their regularly scheduled programming It has to be talked about its still on the news because were killed and some of our freedom was taken and has still not been given back A quote from last years December issue comes to mind when I think of the indifference people have for the attacks However my biggest concern is that if people feel this kind of apathy a year after September 11th I wonder how much it will be remembered in years to come In the year since the attacks our country did something that terrorist did not expect we survived We were faced with a crisis that was intended to attack a symbol of American economy and we were able to move on And even though remembering seems hard for many different reasons the day we never saw coming we should never forget
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