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Should the cross-like beams be included in the World Trade Center museum?


"American Atheists, an activist group committed to church-state separatism, has long fought the presence of the symbol, which was formed by steel beams and discovered at the World Trade Center site in the wake of the terror attack." Billy Hallowell, from The Blaze. Are the beams not a part of American history? What's your take?

 

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    savvydating 3 years ago

    M.T. Dremer. A fair comment. I appreciate your input.

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    savvydating 3 years ago

    Hi Amanda108. So true. Why have a museum if it doesn't represent the significant aspects of a historical event?

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    savvydating 3 years ago

    Hi junkseller. The lawyers, though, were over-the-top in stating,“Named plaintiffs have suffered, dyspepsia, symptoms of depression, anxiety, and mental pain from the knowledge that they are made to feel excluded..." Secular items will be included...


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