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A Universe of Loss and Recovery for 9/11 Families, Survey Shows

hey would always be their own universe, the 9/11 families. They were the people the victims did not come home to that day, the people who lived with an emotional rawness that was immediate, extraordinarily public and enduring. In the three years since the attacks, there have been hints of the struggles the families have fought, of the lingering toll of their losses, of the agony of deciding, among many other things, whether to accept money from the federal compensation fund or to sue in pursuit of accountability. There have been, too, hints of recovery, or at least of a determination to repair their ruptured lives as best they could. Some have, over the nearly 36 months since Sept. 11, 2001, made their voices heard – some publicly, some only at memorial ceremonies when the names of the dead were read out.Full Story

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