The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, are difficult to refer to in the past tense. The events of that date changed the United States and the entire world to the point that the pre-9/11 period and post-9/11 epoch now have to be understood by completely different parameters. Its editors conceived this book only a few hours after the World Trade Towers had collapsed. It frames 9/11 in terms of fresh insights and new interpretations that will last beyond its immediate timeframe.
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