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America Rebuilds: A Year at Ground Zero
Ground Zero Profiles
Engineering the Clean-Up
Artifacts
Video Stories
Imagining the Future
Dialogue
About the Program


WTC Future

Anis Aqeel
Tom Auchterlonie
Tal Barzilai
Kenneth English
Etan Harwayne-Gidansky
Thomas Marcussen
Ivy Medina
Miranda Smith
Tom Villars
Josef Zuelch

Ground Zero Poll

Visits to Ground Zero


'Don't Build Anything'

By Miranda Smith
Huntington, Indiana

I think that nothing should be built in the place of the World Trade Center because absolutely nothing could replace the lives of the firefighters and office workers or whomever else whose lives were taken during that September day. A memorial would bring sorrow to those families who lost a loved one and have to pass by that same sight everyday on their way to work or whatever they would be doing. Even another Trade center could not replace what America has lost; if we built another Trade center don't you think there would be more worry and frustration wondering if we would have to go through the same thing over again? That is why I think that we should not build any thing in the place of the World Trade Center.



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