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My history class is doing a reverse chronology project, in which we take a significant event and figure out what events occurred that lead us to that event. What made it possible.
I was going to do the founding of the electoral college, but my teacher told me it was too much work, so he asked me to do 9/11. He said it'd be interesting to see my take on it (he knows I'm a libertarian).
I want to put human emotion into the project somehow, but I'm not sure if I should put it immediately "before" September 11th, or if I should make the emotions be the "starting point" of everything I choose.
So far I have (loosely chosen): Religion, Politics, Technology, Security and Public Servants (police, firefighters) were all the immediate tiers that made 9/11 possible.
Does anyone have anything to add as a major tier, or does anyone have a particular article they can think of or point to be made under those topics?? If so, do you have an emotion to go with it?
My teacher is really lenient on my sources, he doesn't really care what I use, so long as dates are included for the events I mention.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks :)