September 11, 2001
An International Holiday Day of Remembrance
By C. Paul Luongo
Yes. And here’s why.
1. It has changed the way we travel.
2. The way we work.
3. The way we enter buildings.
4. The lives of almost 3,000 families.
5. Reassessment of life’s priorities.
6. Where we eat.
7. Lifestyle changes.
8. War with terrorists.
9. American troops in Afghanistan.
10. How business is conducted.
11. Airport security.
12. Airplane safety measures.
13. Protection of U.S. military bases.
14. Immigration policies.
15. Canadian border crossings.
16. Where we park cars.
17. Observation towers.
18. Protection of U.S. Harbors.
19. The Statue of Liberty.
20. The White House.
21. Historical Monuments.
22. The Pentagon.
23. The Armed Forces.
25. Identification Requirements.
28. Destruction of New York Real Estate.
32. Safety Regulations.
35. Presidential Leadership.
Pearl Harbor did not have the same impact on America. 9/11 did.
An International Day of Mourning is required.
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