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Memories are still vivid, but we need to declare the end of the 9/11 era | Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian

When the artist Art Spiegelman told his story of 9/11 in a graphic novel, he called it In the Shadow of No Towers. It was an arresting thought, the gloom cast not by the twin peaks of the World Trade Centre but by their absence. We have been living in that shadow for the last 10 years – but it’s time we escaped it. We need to declare the end of the post-9/11 era.

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