Some of the most indelible images associated with the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 came from newspapers covers. Looking back through those front pages from 9/12/01, there is one overriding similarity between them: they almost all include a picture of the towers on fire. Newspapers around the country have taken a more varied approach toward covering the tenth anniversary of 9/11, and almost none have a picture of the burning towers on them, preferring instead to focus on the Freedom Tower, victims, or other abstract designs. Take a look through some of today's covers, including our favorite, the eloquent front of The NJ Star-Ledger.
Star-Ledger's Eloquent Front Page On 10th Anniversary of 9/11, Plus Other Newspaper Reflections
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