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|Evacuate the White House||p. 1|
|Stumbling into the Islamic world||p. 35|
|Unfinished mission, unintended consequences||p. 55|
|Terror returns (1993-1996)||p. 73|
|The almost war, 1996||p. 101|
|Al Qaeda revealed||p. 133|
|Beginning homeland protection||p. 155|
|Delenda est||p. 181|
|Millennium alert||p. 205|
|Before and after September 11||p. 227|
|Right war, wrong war||p. 247|
|Excerpts from public testimony to the 9/11 commission, delivered by Richard Clarke on March 24, 2004||p. 293|
|Excerpts from the 9/11 commission report||p. 299|
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Wolfowitz fidgeted and scowled.... "Well, I just don't understand why we are beginning by talking about this one man bin Laden."
"We are talking about a network of terrorist organizations called al Qaeda, that happens to be led by bin Laden, and we are talking about that network because it and it alone poses an immediate and serious threat to the United States," I answered....
Wolfowitz turned to me. "You give bin Laden too much credit. He could not do all these things like the 1993 attack on New York, not without a state sponsor. Just because FBI and CIA have failed to find the linkages does not mean they don't exist." I could hardly believe it, but Wolfowitz was actually spouting the totally discredited Laurie Mylroie theory that Iraq was behind the 1993 truck bomb at the World Trade Center, a theory that had been investigated for years and found to be totally untrue.
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Excerpted from Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on Terror by Richard A. Clarke
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