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Delay, Deny, Hope They Die: World Trade Center first responders-the battle for health care and compensation Paperback – June 18, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
This issue addresses society's responsibilities and how we dropped the ball. In all honesty, what are we going to say to responders in the next terrorist attack? "go in there or you are fired".
Most of us with any sense of self preservation would say: "ok fire me", after the way these people were treated in 9/11.
I live by the golden rule and I say if we are not willing to risk our own lives to save another, then we have no right to expect anyone to risk their lives to save ours. There is not one of us who would have wanted to be treated the way our 9/11 heroes were treated. Shame on us for tolerating this.
Do me and yourself a favor: order this book.
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Whine, Whine and more whines. After a few chapter's it gets boring. Not that the Dement's didn't get the shaft, but I like something more upbeat.Published 2 months ago by Ronald Drews
A tragic tale of that day and the aftermath for one family. Barbara; my condolences to you and your family.Published 9 months ago by T McGuire
Paints a true picture of what, I feel, is "The Establishment".Published 13 months ago by galactifier
I`m reading it now and i love it ,but the book it`s self is to hard to hold to read , to stiff or something.i keep dropping it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by judy G.
I was privileged and honored to know Bill when he worked in lower Manhattan when we were both Sergeants and he was an intelligent funny fellow. Read morePublished 19 months ago by G. Jenkins
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Well written account of the aftermath of 9/11 by someone who lived it.Published 20 months ago by ROB CARNEY