Six Days After 9/11, Another Anniversary Worth Honoring

Samuel G. Freedman writes forĀ The New York Times about another important anniversary coming up in the next two weeks. As the nation remembers the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Freedman writes that we should remember the visit President Bush made to a Washington D.C. mosque just six days after 9/11. “This act of leadership and statesmanship, however, has all but vanished from the national collective memory,” Freedman writes. “It deserves, instead, to be noted and heeded and esteemed.”

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