How Did 9/11 Changed Our Lives

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On September 11, 2001, Americans changed the way they lived their lives. They went from not worrying about their safety, to worrying about whether today was going to be their last day alive. September 11th took the lives of many innocent people that should not have lost their lives. The 911 memorial garden is the most important monument because it shows that terrorists shattered America’s sense of safety, and courageous American citizens would give their lives in the years that followed as they fearlessly joined the fight against terrorism around the world.

Terrorists shattered America's sense of safety. The federal government created Transportation Security Administration (TSA), shortly after the attacks. Before September 11, 2001, airports did not have an ongoing system in place to make sure that the flight was going to be safe. The security inside of the airplane has also changed to prevent hijack planes. From 9/11 forward the cockpit will remain locked for the entire flight with only the pilots in there. The cockpit will be locked for the whole flight and only the pilates can unlock it from inside the cockpit.Immigration has also changed since 9/11. immigration policy changed drastically with the Homeland Security Act and the Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act of 2002, according to the American Bar
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9/11 inspired many young enlist in the military. Some say they want to serve a country that's been in a war against terrorism since their early childhood; others say they want to find control in a world. People want to feel like they are making a difference in the world and doing everything you could do to make the world a better place. Thousands of young men and women who have enlisted in the military this year grew up in the shadow of 9/11, often too young to remember the world well before

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