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Victims of the 9/11 attacks are honored at the Pentagon during a 2020 anniversary ceremony.. U.S. Department of Defense. Lisa Ferdinando

The aftermath of the 9/11 attacks brought out the best in our country.

By Tom Sileo, The Stream, September 9, 2022

Tom Sileo is a contributing senior editor of The Stream. He is author of the forthcoming Be Bold and co-author of Three Wise MenBrothers Forever8 Seconds of Courage and Fire in My Eyes. …

Tom SileoFirefighters raising an American flag from the rubble. Ordinary civilians joining rescue workers to search for survivors. Democrats and Republicans singing “God Bless America” together on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.

If you aren’t old enough to remember the aftermath of 9/11, it might seem hard to believe how our country came together after it was attacked. It did happen, however, and to many, those days and weeks still seem like yesterday. …

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