9/11 didn’t change everything. Old fights and illusions still haunted us.

The U.S. quickly fell back into the Cold War mind-set of good vs. evil, says law professor

Aziz Rana

When terrorist hijackers caused unspeakable tragedy on Sept. 11, 2001, killing 2,977 people, destroying the twin towers and striking the Pentagon, the day’s horrors, the conventional wisdom had it, changed everything. Many Americans feared that the...

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