When the town of Middletown, New Jersey lost 34 of its residents in the World Trade Center attacks, residents tried to put aside their political and personal squabbles and come together for the good of the families of the victims and the town itself. In the process many residents found they were building something everyone agreed Middletown had always lacked ? a sense of community. Jesse Wegman reports on the difficulties the town has experienced trying to keep the momentum going.
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