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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Roy Stephenson
Workers digging a new railway line in London have uncovered what they believe is a burial ground containing victims of the Black Death _ a plague that wiped out as much as half of London's inhabitants when it swept the city in the mid-14th century.
Among the millions killed were thousands of Londoners, though the exact number is unclear because record-keeping was so poor, said Roy Stephenson, the head of the Museum of London's archaeological collections and archives.
Still there was order in the Charterhouse site, and the regular spacing between the bodies suggests some sort of municipal control, Stephenson said.