Understanding America's Terrorist Crisis: What Should Be Done?
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Understanding America's Terrorist Crisis: What Should Be Done?

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Some of the most recognized voices in American writing and academia contribute to this provocative forum concerning the terrorist crisis and its causes. Moderated by Lewis Lapham, this timely debate features conversations with noted author and vocal critic of U.S. foreign policy, Gore Vidal; historian Barton Bernstein of Stanford University; economist and historian Robert...more
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Published April 1st 2004 by Independent Institute
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Eugene Luther Gore Vidal was an American writer known for his essays, novels, screenplays, and Broadway plays. He was also known for his patrician manner, Transatlantic accent, and witty aphorisms. Vidal came from a distinguished political lineage; his grandfather was the senator Thomas Gore, and he later became a relation (through marriage) to Jacqueline Kennedy.

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