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September 11, 2001. Almost everything seemed to go as the terrorists intended. Almost. Flight 93—which crashed not on the Capitol or the White House, but in a Pennsylvania field—was one terrorist shy of the other flights. The brave Americans who rose up that day against the hijackers were aided by a man they never met and whose story has never been written. His name is J

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Published September 15th 2009 by Globe Pequot Press (first published September 11th 2009)
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Wow, I had no idea any of this happened! Very interesting read from my favorite radio host.
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