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Osama Bin Ladin had more than just a plan to harm United States Citizens when he had the world trade centers bombed He had a grudge with the whole way of life that Americans led He was disgruntled about our economic strength our cultural acceptances and the materialistic way of life we led He thought that by bringing down the world trade centers our symbol of everything good about America that he would destroy our lives However the opposite effect was produced The country came together in a wave of patriotism and heroism Granted some racism took place against Arab Americans but for the most part the whole country came together in a moment that would change lives not only in America but all over the world Racism as defined by Schaefer is a doctrine that one race is superior Schaefer pg 506 When the world trade center came down and the entire country came to a halt and gasped we realized that the world suddenly changed We saw scenes of people suffering dying and crying out for loved ones and the heart of America sobbed for them Everyone in America today was affected by what happened 091102 Many lost precious loved ones more lost jobs and even more lost the feeling that they were safe in the most powerful nation on Earth We were attacked from more than one angle on that day The economic consequences of September 11 were that many people lost their source of income across the land Fathers that had to make child support payments were left with no means in which to take care of their children People who were getting ready for retirement were forced to look at working for another five years to guarantee their pensions Consumers were afraid to spend money in fear that they would lose their jobs and not be able to make rent The economy seemed to come to a halt
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