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Steven Biel

Nostalgia of national unity

By Steven Biel
Globe Columnist / September 10, 2006

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APPROACHING the fifth anniversary of 9/11, there seems to be something close to national unity in mourning the loss of national unity. A survey released last month by the nonprofit myGoodDeed.org concluded that 68 percent of Americans ``feel that the climate of national unity and compassion that existed after 9/11 has largely dissipated." Nearly as many agree that they ``now ... (Full article: 874 words)

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