Future Widows of America: Write Your U.S. Congressman

Coulter, Ann
October 2001
Human Events;10/1/2001, Vol. 57 Issue 36, p6
Comments on the inability of the United States Congress to prevent the terrorist attacks in September 2001. Authority of the Congress to pass antiterrorism laws; National security proposals from Senator Joe Biden; Difficulty in stopping Islamic fundamentalists to stage terrorist activities.


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