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“It was one of those moments in which history splits, and we define the world as ‘before’ and ‘after.’” . September 11, 2001. What debates have arisen since 9/11 about how to balance security while preserving American ideals? . Do Now. Main Idea.

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September 11 2001

“It was one of those moments in which history splits, and we define the world as ‘before’ and ‘after.’”

September 11, 2001

What debates have arisen since 9/11 about how to balance security while preserving American ideals?


Do now

Do Now


Main idea

Main Idea

  • The attacks of 9/11 left Americans with a new sense of vulnerability. President Bush declared war on terrorism—at home and abroad. The conduct of that war once again raised the challenge of balancing our founding ideals with our desire for security.


Terrorism

Terrorism


Introduction

Introduction


Introduction1

Introduction


Immediate impact of 9 11

Immediate Impact of 9/11


Immediate impact of 9 111

Immediate Impact of 9/11


The u s takes action

The U.S Takes Action


The u s takes action1

The U.S Takes Action


Safeguarding equality

Safeguarding Equality

“In our anger and emotion, our fellow Americans must treat each other with respect.”

  • 9/11 attacks brought back memories of the U.S. response to Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor

    • After learning that the terrorists were Arab Muslims, many people of Middle Eastern descent were afraid to go to work or school for fear of being singled out for attack, even if they were not Muslim.

  • Bush made an effort to reassure American Muslims that they would be treated the same way as other citizens


Founding ideals

Founding Ideals


Activity

Activity


Inside 9 11

Inside 9/11


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