The Attack On The World Trade Center Essay

1221 Words Mar 8th, 2015 null Page
There have been countless disasters throughout the history of the United States, and even the world. These disasters have greatly influenced history and our society, for better or worse, to what it is today. Some of these disasters were preventable, and others we could only protect ourselves against. Terrorist attacks have been an increasingly prevalent form of disaster that the United States has faced multiple times with varying results. The most relevant attack that the United States has endured is the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. This series of collapses among the World Trade Center sparked a nationwide hatred and fear for terrorist groups in the Middle East that called for a war. At the time it was believed that the towers collapsed due to the fires caused by the planes crashing into them, but as more evidence is gathered that report seems to become less and less likely. This evidence has shown that these attacks could have possibly been prevented, but the people involved either did so out of personal greed or some other ulterior motive. 9/11 was a very tragic event in American history, but with tragedy comes controversy, and this controversy awakens dark possibilities that nobody wants to think are true. Most of the controversies that surround the events that took place on September 11, 2001 are based around the shortcomings of the official report and the evidence and testimonies that the government seemingly ignored. In the official report…

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