In The Wake Of Oklahoma City, One Nation More IndivisibleSusan B. Garland and Douglas Harbrecht
Call it a hopeful consequence of the horror in Oklahoma City. The explosion that killed and maimed hundreds in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building could actually have a cooling effect on the white-hot rhetoric that has engulfed U.S. political life. Indeed, the tragedy is shaping up as a rarity: an act of violence that draws people together.
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