102 Minutes that Change America
A moment may change everything to evil or good in our life and community.
Some events occurred may have affects in several ways. September 11, 2001 was a historic day in the United States. Four airplanes were hijacked by terrorists. The first one crashed into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. The second plane was stopped by passengers. The two of them crashed the biggest towers in the U.S which are the World Trade Center in New York. On that day 3,000 people died. These occasions changed American’s economy, American culture and the relationship with other countries.
First, the economy in the United State was affected after 9/11 especially New York and Virginia. The stock markets and financial markets closed in New York for a week after the attacks, which affected the economy in America. As a result, the attacks have affected gas prices because they became higher than other countries. Also, the global demand for oil products and oil revenue were less. Additionally, the requests for non-oil exports in private sectors like, clothing industry weakened. In fact, 430,000 people lost jobs, $2.8 billion lost wages for employees and 18,000 small businesses were destroyed or displaced in three months following the event. Also, while the rate of tourist went down, the source of tourism was impacted during the crisis. For example, the United States canceled many flights from all countries particularly from Middle East and Saudi Arabia.
Second, after September 11, there were obvious changes at airports in the United States. For example, travelers have to check in before their flight at least two hours before. Also, they cannot bring any kind of foods and liquids such as, bottled water, juice, and perfume except in the travel sizes. Also, when I went to Las Vegas with my family, the Inspector get my baby bottle to chick it. Also, they asked me to hold him and enter to Electronic inspection device. In addition, the...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document