By Dennis Myers, Commentary
The memorial for the Pentagon tragedy on Sept. 11, 2001, opened three years ago with little controversy. The memorial for the New York World Trade Center site, on the other hand, has been the subject of endless angst.
It may have been a mistake to promise that everyone would be included in the process.
One aspect of the New York memorial that seemed to have passed muster with everyone was a quotation from Virgil’s epic poem “Aeneid.” Until, that is, last month.