September 11, 2012

9/11 and 'Blowback'

Matthew Duss, Center for American Progress

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Attempts to declare certain critiques verboten makes for a dumber, more boring foreign policy debate, not a smarter, more rigorous one.

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TAGGED: Blowback, neoconservatism, William Kristol, John McCain, United States, 9/11

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