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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas H Kean; Lee H Hamilton; National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States.; New York Times Company.
|Description:||cxxv, 636 pages : illustrations, maps ; 17 cm|
|Contents:||Background on the 9/11 Commission --
Times coverage of the Report --
Executive summary of the 9/11 report --
The 9/11 Report : "We have some planes" --
The foundation of the new terrorism --
Counterterrorism evolves --
Responses to Al Qaeda's initial assaults --
Al Qaeda aims at the American homeland --
From threat to threat --
The attack looms --
"The system was blinking red" --
Heroism and horror --
Foresight, and hindsight --
What to do? A global strategy --
How to do it? A different way of organizing the government.
|Other Titles:||Nine/eleven report
Complete investigation the 9/11 report
New York times.
|Responsibility:||the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States ; Thomas H. Kean, chair ; and Lee H. Hamilton, vice chair ; with reporting and analysis by the New York Times.|
Comprehensive, detailed, and independent, 'The 9/11 Report' may be a wake-up call to the US government, and the world, on how to fight terrorism.
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- September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001.
- Terrorism -- Government policy -- United States.
- Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention.
- Intelligence service -- United States -- Evaluation.
- Qaida (Organization)
- National security -- United States.
- Intelligence service -- Evaluation.
- National security.
- Terrorism -- Government policy.
- Terrorism -- Prevention.
- United States.