What happened on September 16, 2001
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Friends Don't Let Friends Divorce JENNY BIOCHE, Jenny Bioche is a freelance writer who lives in Newport Beach. Her e-mail address: email@example.com and
Holy Day a Help for All BENJAMIN J. HUBBARD, Benjamin J. Hubbard is a professor and chairman of the Department of Comparative Religion at Cal State Fullerton. and
Worst Case: Nuclear Arms in a New World JONATHAN SCHELL, Jonathan Schell, a fellow at the Nation Institute, teaches at Wesleyan University and is the author of the forthcoming "The Unfinished 20th Century."
Wake-Up Call for Islamic World SHIREEN T. HUNTER, Shireen T. Hunter is director of the Islamic program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C
A Counterterrorism Policy for Yesterday's Threat BRUCE HOFFMAN, Bruce Hoffman is director of the Rand Washington office and the author of 'Inside Terrorism."
Rattling Sabers of Bigotry GERALDINE BROOKS, Geraldine Brooks is a former Middle East correspondent for The Wall Street Journal and the author, most recently, of "Year of Wonders."
Glorious Death: The Kamikaze Impulse ROBERT FISK, Robert Fisk is a foreign correspondent for The Independent in London where this piece first appeared. He has interviewed Osama Bin Laden on several occasions
Can the Economy Survive the Attacks? KEVIN PHILLIPS, Kevin Phillips is an author and commentator. His most recent book is "The Cousins' Wars: Religion, Politics and the Triumph of Anglo-America."
Unwelcome Lessons of Terror SIMON REEVE, Simon Reeve is the author of "The New Jackals: Ramzi Yousef, Osama bin Laden and the Future of Terrorism," and "One Day in September," an investigation of the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre and subsequent Israeli response
Grave New World RICHARD RODRIGUEZ, Richard Rodriguez, an editor at Pacific News Service, is the author of the forthcoming 'Brown.'
U.S. Strengths Are Terrorist Opportunities BENJAMIN R. BARBER, Benjamin R. Barber is the author of "Jihad vs. McWorld" and "The Truth of Power: Intellectual Affairs in the Clinton White House."
When Words Fail: The Stilted Language of Tragedy GEOFFREY NUNBERG, Geoffrey Nunberg is a Stanford linguist and usage editor of The American Heritage Dictionary. His collection The Way We Talk Now will be published next month by Houghton Mifflin
Religion Isn't Sole Motive of Terror JOHN V. PARACHINI, John V. Parachini is a policy analyst in the Washington office of Rand. The views expressed here are his own
Little Maids of Morocco ELISABETTA ANNA COLETTI, Elisabetta Anna Coletti is a former staff writer for the Christian Science Monitor who now works on the international desk at Associated Press in New York. She first went to Moroco earlier this year on a Pew Fellowship in International Journalism
A Stitch in Time? S.L. BACHMAN, S.L. Bachman is a visiting scholar working on a child labor project at the Asia/Pacific Research Center at Stanford University
Mighty Joe Shinn Rip Rense, Rip Rense is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer
A Time to Bake MARTIN BOOE, Martin Booe last wrote for the magazine about opening a restaurant
Why Davis Gets It Wrong DAVID S. LANDES, David S. Landes is professor emeritus of history and economics at Harvard University and the author, most recently, of "The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some Are So Rich and Some So Poor."
Payback SUSAN STRAIGHT, Susan Straight is the author of, most recently, "Highwire Moon."
Love's Labor's Lost LEE SIEGEL, Lee Siegel is a contributing writer to Book Review and a contributing editor to Harper's and The New Republic
L.a. Confidential EUGEN WEBER, Eugen Weber is a contributing writer to Book Review
Our National Living Treasure TONY COHAN, Tony Cohan is the author of "On Mexican Time" and the forthcoming memoir "Native State."
Fatal Attraction VIVIAN GORNICK, Vivian Gornick is the author of "Fierce Attachments: A Memoir," "Approaching Eye Level" and "The End of the Novel of Love." Her most recent book, "The Situation and the Story: The Art of Personal Narrative," is to be published in October
The Way the Wind Blows BRIAN FAGAN, Brian Fagan is the author of many books, including "Floods, Famines, and Emperors: El Nino and the Fate of Civilizations" and, most recently, "The Little Ice Age: The Prelude to Global Warming, 1300-1850." He is a professor of anthropology at UC Santa Barbara