Table of contents for The new Pearl Harbor : disturbing questions about the Bush administration and 9/11 / by David Ray Griffin.


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CONTENTS
Foreword by Richard Falk
Acknowledgments
Introduction
I. THE EVENTS OF 9/11 
	1. FLIGHTS 11 AND 175: HOW COULD THE HIJACKERS' MISSIONS HAVE SUCCEEDED? 
	2. FLIGHT 77: WAS IT REALLY THE AIRCRAFT THAT STRUCK THE PENTAGON?
	3. FLIGHT 93: WAS IT THE ONE FLIGHT THAT WAS SHOT DOWN? 
	4. THE PRESIDENT'S BEHAVIOR: WHY DID HE ACT AS HE DID?
II. THE LARGER CONTEXT
	5. DID US OFFICIALS HAVE ADVANCE INFORMATION ABOUT 9/11?
	6. DID US OFFICIALS OBSTRUCT INVESTIGATIONS PRIOR TO 9/11?
	7. DID US OFFICIALS HAVE REASONS FOR ALLOWING 9/11?
	8. DID US OFFICIALS BLOCK CAPTURES AND INVESTIGATIONS AFTER 9/11?
III. CONCLUSION 
	9. IS COMPLICITY BY US OFFICIALS THE BEST EXPLANATION? 
	10. THE NEED FOR A FULL INVESTIGATION
Notes
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Politics and government 2001-September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001, Responsibility Political aspects United States, Governmental investigations United States, Terrorism Government policy United States, Intelligence service United States