Tolerance will help to heal bloodied Boston's wounds

JOAN McAlpine on the sickening attacks that rocked America last Monday and why people will not be bullied by terrorism.

RANDOM acts of terror are commonplace in the world. Too often, we become immune to their impact.

Then they strike somewhere familiar and we are jolted awake by the horror.

My daughter studied in Boston for four years, so I know the city quite well.

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