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"If you see something, say something." That trademarked phrase, created just one day after the World Trade Center terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, has long become ingrained in our collective consciousness. It brought a new awareness to Americans: a recommitment to the idea that to be a good citizen meant that we have to look out for each other, and when we see potential danger, we have to speak up.

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