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Essay heading: 9-11: Why USA?
 
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It is stated in the Bill of rights as stated earlier, "Congress shall make no law [?] abridging the freedom of speech, [?]" (NARA). Americans live everyday of their lives with this freedom, however people living in Iraq or other countries who have inhabitants who are involved with the Taliban might not have the freedom of speech any time in their life...
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Therefore, the idea that Americans have this freedom of speech might insult or make people living in these countries jealous, and who better to target than Americans for having this freedom. As stated in an address given by George Bush, "America was targeted for attack because we're the brightest beacon for freedom and opportunity in the world...
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