Critics say that the National
Though other significant memorials, like the
"I honestly don't think it's appropriate -- selling scarves to commercialize the deaths of 3,000 people,"
"I think it's a revenue-generating tourist attraction,"
Others see the gift shop as an opportunity to remember lives lost and to contribute financially to the museum.
"It's not a gift shop on a grave site. It's terrible to depict it that way," retired firefighter
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