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9/11 Revealed: The Unanswered Questions

3.27  ·  Rating Details ·  33 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
It is now more than three years since the 9/11 attacks. But the collapsing towers, the smoldering Pentagon, the round bland face of Mohammed Atta still have an intense immediacy. Most people will always remember where they were when the news came through. If some of the details have faded, the mantra "the world has changed" seems as relevant as ever. The attacks on the Wor ...more
Paperback, 228 pages
Published August 10th 2005 by Da Capo Press
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Ashley
Jun 19, 2017 Ashley rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The September, 11, 2001 attacks, also known as the 9/11 attacks killed nearly 3,000 people and caused about $10 billion worth of property and infrastructure damage. It remains the largest and most devastating terrorist attack on American soil.

Here, a number of number of alternatives to the official narrative are put forward. There are many experts who believe that the official narrative does not hold true and that it is likely that some sort of cover-up has taken place. Of course, there are also
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Andrew Szava-Kovats
Jun 06, 2017 Andrew Szava-Kovats rated it liked it
Rather than another conspiracy theory about 9/11, this book presents multiple conspiracy theories.
That's ambitious. Perhaps too ambitious.
The writing is hampered by trying to cover too much material, leaving it vague.
And the editing is clumsy, with some stylistic mistakes.
But all-in-all very interesting.
Leaves the reader wanting answers, which we deserve, but will probably never get.
Tim
May 13, 2009 Tim added it
It started with magazine articles and a couple books but found its growth on the internet. On various web sites, newsgroups and forums, people raised questions and looked for answers to issues they felt were left unaddressed. More books and video exploring the same territory began appearing. It has now mushroomed to the point where it not only has a name, some of its conferences get airtime on C-SPAN. It calls itself the "9/11 Truth Movement," a largely grassroots effort questioning what America ...more
John
Dec 07, 2007 John rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: open minded folks
Shelves: politics
I'd classify Morgan and Henshall's book as probably the most "approachable" of the 9/11 books I've read thus far. Suceeds in presenting key questions effectively, without getting bogged down with details - Griffin's The New Pearl Harbor would a good one to read next (the details will mean more at that point).
Pandeeswaran Bhoopathy
Jun 06, 2015 Pandeeswaran Bhoopathy rated it really liked it
The author tried his best to narrate the incidents happened as it's. It's an interesting read.
It's clear that the author should have put a lot of efforts to come up with this book. This book is mainly focused on raising the questions which were failed to answer by Kean's commission.
Jyv
May 27, 2007 Jyv rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: absolutely everyone
Shelves: politics, non-fiction
A nice summary, with illustrations, of many of the unanswered questions surrounding 9/11.
chucklesthescot
May 17, 2010 chucklesthescot rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone interested in 9/11
A look at the evidence from the September 11th attacks in 2001. This is one of the best books that I've read on the subject, asking different questions and challenging what you think you know.
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