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Matt WeilandThe Unbinding is not about Sept. 11 and the terrors it made plain, but about our fevered response to them. For all its flaws it draws attention to the lasting damage done to the American expectation of liberty, to the ideals of human rights and happiness at the heart of our experience, by these years of violence and suspicion. And it reminds us that the way we live now may be less important, and have less lasting consequences, than the way now lives through us.
— The New York Times