Thesis Statement: The effect of September 11 terrorist attacks are immeasurable and the families of the victims should be highly compensated for it’s the only tangible way for the society to show their compassion for the lives being sacrificed.
br Thesis Statement : The effect of September 11 terrorist attacks are immeasurable and the families of the victims should be highly compensated for it '92s the only tangible way for the society to show their compassion for the lives being sacrificed Thesis Statement Because the impact of the September 11th terrorist attacks upon the families of the immediate casualties is historically profound , though largely immeasurable , the families of the victims should be financially compensated by the Federal Government , as this is the best tangible way for the society to show its
compassion for the lives of the sacrificed This notion of victim compensation has ignited fierce debate the question and concerns center around considerations of victim-eligibility and also , to whom responsibility for the disaster itself should be assigned . Along with these considerations , debate about the compensatory value of economic payments is valid , specifically : how much should be paid ? Should their be different compensatory rates for different victims , or a uniform dollar amount
Whatever the dollar amount : it is clear that the September 11th attacks caused unprecedented economic , physical , emotional , and psychological damages not only to the families of those who were killed , but to the entire city of New York and the inhabitants of Washington D .C . The 911 terrorist attacks proved so dramatically devastating that compensation to the victim '92s families is indicated . An investigation of the cost-estimates and damage assessments , as well as a study of the 911 commission '92s findings demonstrate the claim that 911 was a disaster of unparalleled proportions . This is a key factor in the claim for compensation
A second key factor is the assertion that the 911 terrorist attacks were (at least within the scope of reason ) preventable . Even if investigation of the 911 Commission '92s findings and a survey of independent sources and analysts determined that the 911 attacks were not preventable , the issue of victim compensation remains valid However , should sufficient evidence lead to the opposite conclusion then , certainly , the case for compensation would be strengthened
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A third key element of the argument for victim compensation involves the issue of the 911 rescue workers and the questions surrounding their deployment during the crises . Are the families of the first-responders who perished in the attacks entitled to more (or less ) compensation than '93civilian '94 families ? Is the responsibility for their deaths a separate (but perhaps parallel ) determination from the determinations of responsibility and preventability for the 911 attacks ? Extensive periodical and journalistic coverage of the first-responders at 911 is available along with book-length investigative material
Demonstrating that the federal government should bear a financial burden on behalf of the families of the 911 victims will be a challenging task . It is perhaps not possible to establish with certainty whether or not the 911 attacks could have been prevented . If there is no specific office or person to assign responsibility to for the attacks , demonstrating the efficacy of a reparation payment scheme would be doubly strenuous . However , the scope...