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Because We Are Americans: What We Discovered on September 11, 2001

by Jesse Kornbluth

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0446611980, Mass Market Paperback)

The tragic events of September 11 will never be forgotten, not only for the horror they wrought, but for the acts of bravery, generosity, and extraordinary courage. Cynicism was replaced by compassion and strangers reached out to one another for comfort and support. This touching tribute to those who lost their lives includes poems, prayers, children's drawings, and heartfelt exchanges drawn from the material posted on America Online, where millions of people gathered during the first week for support and information and to express grief and love. Inspiring and uplifting, Because We Are Americans serves as a portrait of this country at its best and a powerful reminder of all that is good in America. All proceeds will go to the relief funds set up to help families of victims of the attacks. Will also include quotes from President George W. Bush and New York City mayor Rudolph Guiliani.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:38 -0400)

This is a book for all of us who need to remember and be inspired anew by our response to that terrible day. This collection--made up of postings on the Internet, words from our leaders and the media, testimonials from survivors, and more--captures what we felt and what we did: the fears and prayers we shared, and acts of kindness and heroism we performed that transformed our nation.… (more)

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