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The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11
The New Pearl Harbor Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11
Author: David Ray Griffin
Taking to heart the classic idea that those who benefit from a crime ought to be investigated, here the eminent theologian David Ray Griffin sifts through the evidence about the attacks of 9/11--stories from the mainstream press, reports from abroad, the work of other researchers, and the contradictory words of members of the Bush administration...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781566565523
ISBN-10: 1566565529
Publication Date: 3/2004
Pages: 214
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Publisher: Interlink
Book Type: Paperback
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Taking to the heart the idea that those who benefit from a crime ought to be investigated, here the eminent theologian David R. Griffin sifts through the evidence about the attacks of 9/11 -- stories from the mainstream press, reports from abroad, the work of other researchers and the contradictory words of the Bush administration themselves -- and finds that, taken together, they cast serious doubt on the official story of that tragic day.
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This is a fascinating book, which looks at alternative views of the events of 9/11/2001. Keeping in mind that (no matter what theories about the events of that day one chooses to believe) all theories are conspiracy theories, important questions are asked. An open mind is needed, to be sure, but I found this book to be very enlightening (not to mention much more believable than the mass media version of how/why things went down that day. The truth is out there, even if it's so ugly most Americans would not want to admit it...


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