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The Will to Win

A Boston firefighter, one of many who rushed in to aid bomb victims last Monday, told a TV interviewer, “We will win. I promise you, we will win.”
As a first responder, he’s a genuine hero. But his prediction, while understandable, is vague and even misguided. We are increasingly a nation focused on winning at a time when the world around us doesn’t often allow it.
Perhaps by the time you read this, authorities will have pieced together enough information to explain the actions of the brothers from the Russian republic of Chechnya who were apparently behind the ...

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