The New Pearl Harbor Revisited: 9/11, the Cover-up, and the Exposť

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Olive Branch Press, 2008 - History - 358 pages
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"In 2004, David Ray Griffin published The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11. Translated into several languages, it helped spark a worldwide movement demanding "9/11 truth." Even as it became increasingly outdated, it continued to be widely cited as the best introduction to the issues." "Griffin has now written The New Pearl Harbor Revisited, which provides a chapter-by-chapter updating of the information provided in that earlier book. It shows that the case against the official account constructed by independent researchers - who now include architects, engineers, physicists, pilots, politicians, and former military officers - is far stronger than it was in 2004, leaving no doubt that 9/11 was a false-flag operation, designed to give the Bush-Cheney administration a pretext to attack oil-rich Muslim nations." "Taken together, these two books provide everything one needs to make an informed decision about 9/11 - whether one is a journalist, a political leader, a religious leader, or an ordinary citizen concerned about truth, democracy, and the rule of law."--BOOK JACKET.

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Review: The New Pearl Harbor Revisited: 9/11, the Cover-up & the Expose

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Excellent book on this subject, and well foot noted. Clearly a government and corporate cover up by people at the highest levels. Read full review

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"The New Pearl Harbor Revisited" is a book based on the 9/11 Conspiracy. I had originally bought it to help me with my research project on the Conspiracy. My topic interested me alot, but the book was ... Read full review

Contents

New Developments
59
Additional Evidence against
111
CoverUp Attempts
129
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

David Ray Griffin is professor of philosophy of religion and theology, emeritus, at Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California, where he remains a co-director of the Center for Process Studies.

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