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June 26, 2013
By George J. Bryjak

Why did the deaths of three individuals at the Boston Marathon trigger outrage on the part of Americans while the deaths of 1,127 people in the collapse of a Bangladesh clothing factory (hundreds more have died in clothing factory fires over the past decade) pass with little more than a "Gee, that's terrible" response from the public?



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