Why Bush should explain September 11th
In Patrick Hayden, Tom Lansford & Robert P. Watson (eds.), America's War on Terror. Ashgate Publishing. pp. 29-42 (2003)
AbstractThere were various initial reactions to the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, and among those reactions were some contradictions. There were those who demanded an explanation for the attacks, and others who condemned attempts to explain as immoral or unpatriotic. Though President George W. Bush did make some rhetorical remarks that, I believe, masqueraded as explanatory, it appears that he agrees with the latter set.
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