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"A thorough, accessible and highly balanced primer, which should raise the quality of the ongoing debate." -- Peter Gizewski, Toronto Globe and Mail, February 16, 2002.
Let's see. Contributors to this collection include: Bill Clinton's secretary of defense; Bill Clinton's national security advisor; a raft of folks from Bill Clinton's National... Read morePublished on March 28 2002 by Andrew S. Rogers
This is an extraordinary collection, conventional wisdom at its very best, and would have to be considered a fundamental and useful reference. Read morePublished on March 10 2002 by Robert David STEELE Vivas
Hoge and Rose are the editor and managing editor, respectively, of Foreign Affairs. The title asks the question, referring to 9/11, and the various essays in the book collectively... Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2002 by Emil L. Posey
If it comes from "Foreign Affairs" you know the writing is informed, intelligenct, and thought provoking. Read morePublished on Feb. 23 2002 by Jaime L.
How is it that former deputy security advisor Sandy Berger rates as an authority on how 9/11 happened? Read morePublished on Feb. 5 2002 by Rich Leonardi
As usualy, the editors of Foreign Affaris have published timely and trenchant analysis. The essays cover all aspects of 9/11, from root causes to practical concerns regarding the... Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2002 by Jon Vedamuthu
Many would and do say that it is easy to see how this could happen, meaning the attacks were in fact low down and low tech, hitting us at our vulnerable spot, our freedom. Read morePublished on Dec 30 2001 by Darvel Medford
For an instant book this is a very solid piece of work, certainly the best single place to start trying to understand September 11. Read morePublished on Nov. 26 2001