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September 11th

             September 11, 2001 most of us remember that day all to well. Some of us will never forget the day the hour the minute the second that terrorist attacked America in a series of despicable acts of war. Four passenger jet planes were hijacked, two planes were crashed into the World Trade Center Twin Towers and a third into the Headquarters" of the US Department of Defense at the Pentagon. While the Fourth plane was crashed into a Pennsylvania countryside killing all on board. It fall well short of its intended target apparently because of the heroic efforts of the passengers on board the plane .this carnage which caused the collapse of both the World Trade Center and destruction of the of the Pentagon, killed thousands of innocent people. The victims of September should never be forgotten.I am proposing that September 11 be recognized as the National Day of Remembrance. It would become a chance for all Americans to join together and stand united as one.National Day of Remembrance would consist of mandoty closing of all government-operated agencies such as post offices, schools and federal buildings local and national. Remembrance ceremonies would be held all throughout the entire country. In fact according to the September 11th.us website. "on December 18th, 2001 president Bush signed a legislative act that designated September 11th as "Patriot Day", a holiday to honor the victims of 9-11. The resolution signed by bush called for government buildings to, lower flags to half staff and for all Americans to observe a moment of silence." However, I feel as though much more must be done. In order, to remember the many lives lost on 9-11, America must to come to a stand still for one day a year. My opposition may say that students currently receive too many days off from school. .

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