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Alexander Riley is a professor of sociology at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania.
How much do you remember about the 9/11 attacks? You almost certainly remember the basics, but do you remember how many Americans and their stories were killed that day?
We need to remember 9/11. Our forgetting is being accelerated by progressive politicians and academics, who seek to misremember and to distort our view of the attacks.
My relationship with Mike Adams started as a contentious exchange and became a life-changing correspondence. He encouraged me to return to Christ even as he faced persecution for his beliefs, and though we never met I consider him a great friend.
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