Recall where you were on the morning of Tuesday September 11th, 2001. What were you doing? What did you think when you first heard the news of the attacks? Were you afraid at first? When you were able to get to a TV, what impression did the images of the falling World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon burning have upon you? Do you recall things that your elders, teachers, parents were saying about what was being witnessed at that time? As the days after the attacks turned into weeks and then months, did you become less or more afraid of terrorism against the U.S.A.? Explain. What lasting impression, if any, have the events of 9-11-2001 had upon you? Until the on-going coverage of the 9-11 attacks, the coverage of the Kennedy assassination was the longest continuous news broadcast in TV journalism history. What do you think is of importance about the fact that most of us learned about the 9-11 events from TV news?
Please write me a brief essay impelled by the questions above.