Today, twenty years after September 11, 2001, we remember.
(Next week, sometime, we should talk.)
For me the most striking, most inspiring memories involve the brave men and women who ran toward the danger, helping tens of thousands of others escape it. On that subject City Journal republished this fine twenty-year-old essay by Victor Davis Hanson: “What Made Them Do Their Duty?“
After you read it, if you still want more, here’s some of what I wrote about September 11, eight years later.