As soon as American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center, America changed.America was no longer a virgin to the evils and hatred that the real world offered.
The ideals that America was impervious to attacks and threats were shattered, and fear took its place.Will terrorists hijack another plane?Will mysterious bombings happen?Could my mail be infected with anthrax?Though many of these fears slowly subsided, they are still there.To combat some of these fears the government implemented many things such as the USA Patriot Act, but at a cost to freedoms.Though not everyone may agree with these actions, these measures are now here.All of this has affected American citizens, and even people around the world.While many people were directly affected by this disaster, such as the victims, everyone was indirectly affected.
Now a year has passed, and September 11th has changed America in good and bad ways such as governmental structure and responsibility, economic impact, socialAmerica had to adapt to the devastation caused by these terrorists. Many people wondered how a tragedy could happen at this magnitude.How could the government let this happen?Civilians were asking questions and looking for answers.Eventually people found out there were many warnings and observations that could have lead to the prevention of the terrorist attacks.The government denied that it was preventable, while others said that it could have if all the pieces of information were put together.Whether or not, the government would have to change it policies and way of gathering and sorting information to prevent another such terrorist attack.One of thefirst changes by the government was that the FAA stopped all flights in the United States of America.
This was to try to prevent any other planes from being possibly hijacked, and to account for eve…