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    Post September 11th American Economy

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    In six pages this paper analyzes the US economic state following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

    Name of Research Paper File: AM2_PPusEcon.rtf

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    the consequent perception of a continued terrorism on the economy. Asserts that while the economy was at a low even before the attacks, it has suffered significantly as a  direct result of those attacks. Includes data which backs up those assertions. Suggests that appropriate means are being taken to stabilize the economy and that the U.S. government,  business, and individuals alike play an important role in that stabilization. Bibliography lists 8 sources. PPusEcon.rtf The State of the U.S. Economy:  Aftermath of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon by - 27 Oct 2001 -- for more  information on using this paper properly! The  September 11, 2001 terrorist destruction of the New York World Trade Center and the partial destruction of the U.S. Pentagon has left a tremendous toll both in terms of the  number of human lives lost and pain and suffering and in terms of U.S. economy. In addition to economic costs of the attacks themselves, the economic cost involved with  U.S. retaliation have been tremendous. Each will undoubtedly have a long term effect on the U.S. economy overall. The timing of these impacts couldnt have been worse.  In reality the U.S. economy had been in a slump for quite some time. This had been the case in several other countries economies around the world and their  problems had a direct effect on the U.S. economy (Haffenreffer, 2001). While speculation was rampant that the economy was in a recession prior to the attacks, however, this now 

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