Ladduwahetty, Keshini; Weingrad, Michael; Tonelson, Alan; Slocombe, Mike; Collingwood, Harris; Kilroy, Joshua; Kaye, Michael B.; Shender, Steve
October 2001
New Republic;10/1/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 14, p6
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Criticism of the article "It Happened Here," which discussed the terrorist attack on the U.S.; Comment on the suggestion that globalization protesters should make a prior statement of national solidarity; Representation of the anti-globalization movement in media; Criticism of the decision of the administration of former U.S. President Bill Clinton to treat terrorist attacks as criminal acts.


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