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FLASHBACK: THE FALLING MAN. “In most American Newspapers, the photograph that Richard Drew too…

FLASHBACK: THE FALLING MAN. “In most American Newspapers, the photograph that Richard Drew took of the Falling Man ran once and never again.... The two most reputable estimates of the number of people who jumped to their deaths were prepared by The New York Times and USA Today. They differed dramatically. The […]
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