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James Carroll

The end of civilization

By James Carroll
Globe Columnist / September 11, 2006

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TO RETURN IN memory to that beautiful blue morning is to visit a lost country, a place as beloved as it is gone. The first thing to recall is how alike we Americans were in what we felt that day. Only months before, in the acrimonious aftermath of the 2000 presidential election, the nation had seemed so divided. It would ... (Full article: 764 words)

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