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Vol. LXII, No. 37
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What are your thoughts as we approach another anniversary of 9/11?”


“I wish that we had accomplished a little more in the fight against terrorism. Of course, a lot depends on the new administration, and we will have to wait for that.”

Elmar Kux, Princeton

“It was a tragic event, and it still remains hard to believe seven years later.”

Benny Sofer, with Eli and Natalia, Princeton

“It’s really sad, and I think that on the anniversary there will be a lot of politicians making speeches about what they would do to have it not happen again, which will be kind of annoying.”

Sylvia Korman, Princeton


“I become very sad when I think about it — the loss of life, how awful it was. We should always remember it — never, never forget!”

Elaine Levine, Plainsboro (left), with grandchildren Micah and Isabella and daughter-in-law Shawn Levine

“I think it’s really sad to think of it, and it’s really important to take the time to remember the event. What can one say? How sad to remember what happened to all the people who suffered.”

Chi Park, with husband Tim McNulty and children Suki (left) and Kees, Princeton


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