Kenneth Feinberg

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Former administrator of the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund and other programs as well as author of “Who Gets What: Fair Compensation After Tragedy and Financial Upheavel.”

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It’s been 14 years since the attack on the World Trade Center. Lower Manhattan has slowly come back to life.

The Ongoing 9/11 Lawsuits

It’s been 14 years since the attack on the World Trade Center. Lower Manhattan has slowly come back to life.

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Victims of the attacks of September 11th were compensated with public money. Victioms of the Oklahoma bombing were not. How come? Is there a single, appropriate policy?

Who Gets What in Public Tragedies

Victims of the attacks of September 11th were compensated with public money. Victioms of the Oklahoma bombing were not. How come? Is there a single, appropriate policy?

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