At Home and Abroad: Sacrifices Since Sept. 11

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On the sixth anniversary of Sept. 11 we discuss the sacrifices that have been made in the aftermath of the attacks. Thousands of soldiers and civilians have lost their lives fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Guests and callers discuss the impacts of the attacks at home and abroad.

Mark Shields, syndicated columnist and political analyst for The News Hour

Patrick Campbell, legislative director, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America; served in Iraq in 2004 and 2005

Zakariya Reed, firefighter in Toledo, Ohio; Muslim convert who has been detained at the border numerous times



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