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March 13, 2004
Social grieving, US and Spanish style
As someone at breakfast today pointed out (damn, I have to add RAM to my own little name space), Americans dealt with the shock of 9/11 generally by going into our living rooms and turning on the TV. The Spanish have responded to 3/11 by going into the streets, 11 million strong.
It's a telling point, but what exactly does it tell?.
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