Tragedy of today taints tomorrow's joy

McIntyre, Kathryn J.
September 2001
Business Insurance;9/17/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 38, p21
Comments of the author on the tragedy confronting the United States. Concern for the mental well-being of the survivors; Psychological effects of the horror; Sympathy to the victims of the attack.


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