After the Towers Fell

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iUniverse, Apr 1, 2003 - History - 132 pages
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"After the Towers Fell" is a contemporary account of the nation's ordeal from the destruction of the World Trade Center to the invasion of Iraq. Written in the form of letters addressed to the Old World from the New, this book tells the story of America's fateful metamorphosis through eyewitness detail, breaking news, and social commentary.

Who is the Enemy? What does War demand? How must we change to win? Provocative, passionate, insightful, and sobering, "After the Towers Fell" presents the unforgiving history of world-changing times. In case you have forgotten.

 

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