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Painful Questions: An Analysis of the September 11th Attack Paperback – September, 2002
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Large paperback book, 8.5 by 11 inches, on high-quality, coated paper for excellent reproduction of color photos.
From the Author
Even people who refuse to believe that our government was involved in the 9-11 attack have found this book intriguing. So what you got to lose? Why not learn about the attack and see if you can figure out what happened?
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After 110 pages of text and illustrations on the events of 9/11, the author spends the last third of the book rehashing the John F. Kennedy murder conspiracy and a few other events he claims are government cover-ups. While he may do this to show that the government is capable of such actions, it makes him look even more untrustworthy and paranoid.
This is not a good book for information on the conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks. Published only a year after, it's main value is in showing the early development of the conspiracy ideas. It also is highly illustrated providing many photographs and illustrations to support his beliefs.