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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Lee Liebman
Whether it's trying to make sure their children stay in touch despite geographical distances, or wanting them to become acquainted with family roots in another country, some people are deciding travel should be part of their legacy.
"Because it was free, that was a big incentive to do it," said Mrs. Liebman, who works in the health care industry. "Sure, we could have come up with $6,000 somehow, but we wouldn't have. None of us is wealthy."