Essay On The Causes And Effects Of 9/11

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On September 11th 2001 four planes were hijacked from a nearby New Jersey AirPort. The first two planes flew into the Northern and Southern tower of the World Trade Center in New York. The next one flew into the underground base in Washington D.C. known as The Pentagon. The last one flew or crashed onto a flat landscape even though it was aiming for the white house. On September 11th 2001 four aircrafts were hijacked with the first two sent into the twin towers of The World Trade Center in New York. The next one was crashed into The Pentagon in Washington D.C. The final one which was going for the White House also in Washington D.C. crashed on a flat surface. The events of 9/11 cause many sparks mostly in the U.S. but across the world. With President George W. Bush declaring war on the terrorist group responsible for…show more content…
Many U.S. thought it was the Iraqi Soldiers and Taliban leaders who orchestrated the events of 9/11. When in reality it was Al Qaeda. Also, there was talk about George W. Bush not really caring for the U.S. itself and he represent us all as our president. But, President Bush wanted to do things his way. He also did not want things to get out of control. Even though there was violence going on there still could have been ways to solve this situation. For one, we could have invaded the home of the terrorist group and arrested the members after tracking them down. That could have been a good start. We also could have struck to let them know that we should not be treated like punks. That would have been better. In Conclusion, I want to say that even though some attacks still happen, the U.S. is a little more secure. With our government cracking down on all of the terrorists and, there is a memorial of the victims of 9/11 at the rebuilt Pentagon. Plus, the new World Trade Center tower is rebuilt in New York. This country is changing for the
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