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On this sad 16th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, it is natural to think of those that lost their lives in the Twin Towers as well as those at the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania. As well as the “first responders” in New York City.
From a drastically increased “police state” under the PATRIOT ACT, creation of TSA and many other agencies as well as many wars overseas. Check out this Truthout article for some more context.
Here are some articles that talk about the changes and repurcussions of 9/11:
How 9/11 Changed America: Four Major Lasting Impacts (with Lesson Plan) [KQED News, September 2017]
What impact did 9/11 have on the world? [The Guardian, September, 2011]
The Changing Mental Health Aftermath of 9/11–Psychological “First Aid” Gains Favor over Debriefings [Scientific American, September, 2011]
Beard: 10 changes in the world since 9/11 [Newsday, September, 2013]
Continuing Effects of 9/11 [Scientific American, August, 2007]
After 9/11: Global effects of the ‘war on terror’ [BBC News Magazine, September, 2011]
20 Ways 9/11 Changed My Life as an (American) Muslim [September, 2016]
Health Problems Linger for 9/11 First Responders [April, 2015]
9/11: Repercussions And Realignment, Part 3 [December, 2009]
Stanford experts: how 9/11 has changed the world [August 2011]