Opinion

May 18, 2014

All Points: The 9/11 museum and lessons learned

More than 12 years after 9-11, the National September 11 Memorial Museum has been dedicated. As with many new memorials, there has been some criticism — about photos of the attackers being included and where some unidentified remains were replaced — but many find it a moving experience. What are your feelings about this latest museum dedicated to an American tragedy, and what things do you thing the country has learned since that fateful day in 2001?

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