Let’s not forget September 16. While the scope of the tragedy was much less severe, the Wall Street Bombing of 1920, which took place 82 years ago today, is an indication of what can happen at home if social unrest gets too high. It was the deadliest act of terrorism on U.S. soil up until the day it occurred.
Given the anti Wall-Street resentment, the state of unemployment, and the dire straits America could find itself in if the Federal Reserve does not keep it on track, this, unfortunately, is an event that could conceivably reoccur. In our haste to not forget, let us not forget.