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Rebuilding To Forget?
Frank Rich of the NEW YORK TIMES argues that rebuilding lower Manhattan has been shrouded in "a pervasive form of political correctness" and a forced celebratory mode that strikes the wrong tone. Are "we setting the war on terror's Pearl Harbor in stone too soon" to avoid dwelling on reality? This is the second installment in a series of video essays on the rebuilding of lower Manhattan.

Read the complete text of Rich's January 4, 2003 column in the NEW YORK TIMES, "Group Therapy at Ground Zero."
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