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Washington Post Publishes Series About Aftermath of WTC, Pentagon Attacks

We have been remiss in not pointing out The Washington Post's series of articles called Ten Days in September. This series, written by Dan Balz and Bob Woodward, has received rave reviews from a number of media pundits. According to the Post's own description of the series:

This series is based on interviews with President Bush, Vice President Cheney and many other key officials inside the administration and out. The interviews were supplemented by notes of National Security Council meetings made available to The Washington Post, along with notes taken by several participants.

Read on for links to all of the articles published in the series so far....

Each article represents the activities that the President and his staff undertook in a single day. The first article represents the events that took place on September 11 itself. Subsequent articles reflect the events of September 12, 13, 14, and so on.

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