October 29, 2001 Issue
"My kids won't even think about flying anymore. Unless I'm flying the plane myself."
-- Anne Wodenshek, "Children of the Lost"
A Letter from the Editor: A response to concerns about this week's cover of New York magazine
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After the Terror
BY CHRIS SMITH
Jack, 5, wants to know what happens when people jump out of buildings. Sarah, 9, can't sleep for fear that a plane is going to crash through her bedroom window. September 11 has created aftershocks in our children's minds, in our families, and in our culture that a lifetime won't erase. And it leads many New York parents to ask: Have we been preparing our children for the wrong world?
Children of the Lost
This Media Life
The City Politic
The National Interest
BY RIMA SUQI
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