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On September 11, 2002, many towns and cities across the state paused to remember the tragedy of the previous September 11. Lail describes a number of these events.
Occurring June 11 through 25, residents of New Bern will be celebrating the 250th anniversary of North Carolina's second oldest city.
Reeves’ noting the increasing importance that Pakistan played in Middle Eastern politics served as a backdrop for his commentary on America’s longstanding lack of interest in international affairs. Explanations for this disengagement included a reluctance to acknowledge the increasing vulnerability of the United States. Addendum to explanations are an insistence that Americans become better informed, with 9/11 offered as a warning for what can happen again, should isolationism continue to dominate.