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It’s telling that the phrase “never forget” has supplanted “never again.” Of course, it may just seem that way because “never forget” is the slogan most often used to commemorate 9/11, while “never again” was born out of the Holocaust.

I grew up being told to never forget “never again.” I went to a reform Jewish grade school where teaching the Holocaust was considered in no small part synonymous with teaching Judaism. 

But here’s the first problem: People forget.

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