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  • Tiananmen Square: 20 Years Later

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    One Response to Tiananmen Square: 20 Years Later

    1. dmc222 Michigan says:

      I will never forget sitting on the sofa with my twelve yr old son watching the coverage of Tiananmen Square. It was riveting, and a perfect teaching moment in our house. My son and I talked about government, peaceful protest, freedom, and the glory of living in the United States. Watching the students and others in the Square quietly protesting to the point of facing down tanks made my heart ache. It still does.

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