As the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaches, we’ve made ten articles from the Prospect archive free to read online. On top of an exclusive extract from a new chapter to the 9/11 Commission report, the responses here range over politics, television, architecture and literature:
Terror and television by Murray Sayle (October 2001)
War by television was already struggling to be born in Vietnam, but 9/11 was the world’s first made-for-television news story. Television, the least self-critical of media, still hasn’t grasped how easily it can be hijacked by…
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