There were some striking ­similarities between the carnage in Boston at the finish line of the marathon a few weeks ago and the bombing of the World Trade Center 20 years ago. Both were acts of terrorism. Both, tragically, led to deaths (three in Boston, six in New York) — and to far more injuries (264 in Boston, more than a thousand in New York). Both exposed anew how vulnerable we are to terrorist acts. And both raised issues of preventing terrorist acts while still preserving as much personal privacy as is possible.
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