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Eye On America (Attack On America / Permanent Memorial) #652289

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 11, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Lee Cowan) The debate over a permanent memorial for the victims of the September 11 attack on America examined; scenes shown of mourners at a makeshift memorial in New York City. [WOMAN - comments.] [Families of September 11 Tom ROGER - says the families will not tolerate the building of anything but a memorial at Ground Zero.] ["The Unfinished Bombing" author Ed LINENTHAL - says it would be wrong if a memorial plan came too easily.] [Architect Claire WEISZ - says nobody knows how a single memorial would be enough.] [Designer Ken SMITH - describes his vision.] [Artist Mary MISS - says people cannot put off expressing grief.] [Architect Bart VOORSANGER - says a permanent memorial does not bring closure.]

Cowan, Lee;
Rather, Dan

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