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- Eric Foner: Rethinking American History in a Post-9/11 World
- Ivan Eland: It's Not Because They Hate Who We Are
- Marilyn Young: How the Bush Administration Used 9-11 to Advance Its Agenda
- Irfan Khawaja:"Why Don’t Muslims Condemn Terrorism?"
- James Ottavio Castagnera: 85 Years Before 9-11 ... Manhattan Was Blasted in a Now Forgotten Act of Terrorism
- Gil Troy: We Lied. 9-11 Didn't Change Us
- Jim Downs: Historicizing 9-11
- Poll: Has 9-11 Changed the Way Historians Teach History? by HNN Staff
- Classroom Lesson Plans: Teaching About 9-11
- Dickinson College: The Clarke Center's Teaching 9-11
- What Should We Tell Our Children About 9-11?
- What Books Are Helpful in Understanding 9-11?
- Memories: September 11 Digital Archive
- Abstract: The OAH Special 9-11 Edition
- Resources: History of U.S. Interventions
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John Edward Philips - 9/10/2006
Maybe because 9/11 was and still is used as an excuse for an unrelated US intervention in Iraq?
Dave Thomas - 9/10/2003
Why is there a heading about United States interventions associated with all the sites on 9-11.
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