9/11: Looking Forward and Back

Five years after that dreadful day, we explored how it might be viewed in 25 years, how freedom can triumph in the Middle East and why many Americans don't think 9/11 was actually the work of terrorists. Readers argued over what's been done, what's left to do and what to believe from those in authority

Niall Ferguson's vision of 9/11 from the perspective of 25 years hence was fascinating [Sept. 11]. He was wise to note that elections are not a panacea for the problems of the Islamic world. Ferguson's vision of the U.S. restored to relevance by...

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