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Gremlins intervened in Design Week’s production last week (DW 25 October), omitting punctuation from the features section. They also obliterated the last line of David Bernstein’s Private View on the World Trade Center tragedy. His last paragraph should have read:

‘The cards were carried, where possible displayed. That the printer chose to say simply “United We Stand” and not invoke the deity may have been due to space. The devout were anyway at prayer, alone or together, and needed no encouragement. But all New Yorkers, all citizens of the hitherto impregnable country needed to embrace unity and each other with one image and a few words.’

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