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9/11 Commission Materials

This collection contains one copy of each published title available to members of the Commission to use during its activities.
  1. The age of terror: America and the world after September 11. New York: Basic Books; [New Haven, Conn.]: Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, c2001. xxiv, 232 p.
    HV 6432 A43 2001a

  2. America confronts terrorism: understanding the danger and how to think about it: a documentary record. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2002. 436 p.
    HV 6432 A47 2002

  3. America's challenge: domestic security, civil liberties, and national unity after September 11: executive summary. Washington, D.C.: Migration Policy Institute, c2003. 20 p.
    KF 4749 A738 2003

  4. Assessing the new normal: liberty and security for the post-September 11 United States. [New York]: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, c2003. xviii, 126 p.
    JC 578 A34 2003

  5. The BBC reports: on America, its allies and enemies, and the counterattack on terrorism. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 2002. 224 p.
    HV 6432 B39 2002

  6. Beyond the campaign: the future of countering terrorism. New York: Council for Emerging National Security Affairs, 2004. xi, 240 p.
    HV 6431 B496 2004

  7. Catalogue, United Nations publications. New York: United Nations, 1966- v.
    Z 6485 C37

  8. Caught in the middle: border communities in an era of globalization. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, c2001. xi, 340 p.
    JZ 5330 C38 2001

  9. Creating a trusted information network for homeland security: second report of the Markle Foundation Task Force. New York, N.Y.: Markle Foundation, c2003. vi, 166 p.
    JK 468 I6 C74 2003

  10. Emergency responders--drastically underfunded, dangerously unprepared: report of an independent task force sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. New York: Council on Foreign Relations, c2003. xi, 62 p.
    HV 6432.4 E447 2003

  11. Finding America's voice: a strategy for reinvigorating U.S. public diplomacy: report of an independent task force sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. New York, NY : Council on Foreign Relations Press; [Washington, D.C.: distributed by the Brookings Institution Press], c2003. vi, 93 p.
    JZ 1480 A5 F45 2003

  12. How did this happen?: terrorism and the new war. New York: PublicAffairs, c2001. xiv, 324 p.
    HV 6432 H69 2001

  13. Individual preparedness and response to chemical, radiological, nuclear, and biological terrorists attacks: a quick guide. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Public Safety and Justice, 2003. vii, 26 p. 23 cm.
    U 793 I532 2003

  14. Individual preparedness and response to chemical, radiological, nuclear, and biological terrorist attacks. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, c2003. xxvii, 161 p.
    U 793 I53 2003

  15. Intelligence and the national security strategist: enduring issues and challenges. Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press, 2004. xx, 564 p.
    UB 251 U5 I553 2004

  16. National insecurity: U.S. intelligence after the Cold War. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000. viii, 241 p.
    UB 251 U5 N38 2000

  17. New priorities in South Asia: U.S. policy toward India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan: chairmen's report of an Independent Task Force cosponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations and the Asia Society. New York: Council on Foreign Relations Press, c2003. x, 105 p.
    DS 341.3 U6 N49 2003

  18. The nuclear black market: Global Organized Crime Project. Washington, D.C.: Center for Strategic & International Studies, 1996. xi, 49 p.
    HD 9743 F67 N83 1996

  19. Origins of terrorism: psychologies, ideologies, theologies, states of mind. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Baltimore; London: distributed by the Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. xiii, 289 p.
    HV 6431 O74 1998

  20. Patterns of global terrorism. [Washington, D.C.?]: U.S. Dept. of State, 2002. v.
    HV 6431 P377

  21. Peacekeeping intelligence: emerging concepts for the future. Oakton, Va.: OSS International Press, 2003. x, 532 p.
    JK 468 I6 P21 2003

  22. Protecting the American homeland: one year on. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2003. xl, 188 p.
    HV 6432 P76 2003

  23. Studies in intelligence. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, v.
    JK 468 I6 S77

  24. Terrorist hunter: the extraordinary story of a woman who went undercover to infiltrate the radical Islamic groups. New York : Ecco, 2003. 335 p.
    HV 6432 T4736 2003

  25. The war on terror. New York: Foreign Affairs: Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co., c2002. xiii, 191 p.
    HV 6432 W38 2002

  26. Wild atom: nuclear terrorism. Washington, D.C.: Center for Strategic and International Studies, c1998. xxii, 57 p.
    HV 6431 W547 1998

  27. World migration 2003: managing migration challenges and responses for people on the move. Geneva, Switzerland: IOM, 2003. x, 396 p.
    JV 6006 W67 2003

  28. Ahmed, Nafeez Mosaddeq. The war on freedom: how and why America was attacked, September 11th, 2001. Joshua Tree, Calif.: Media Messenger Books, 2002. 398 p.
    HV 6432.7 A3817 2002

  29. Beamer, Lisa. Let's roll!: ordinary people, extraordinary courage. Wheaton, Ill.: Tyndale House Publishers, [2003] 319 p., [16] p. of plates.
    HV 6430 B43 A3 2002

  30. Benjamin, Daniel. The age of sacred terror. New York: Random House, c2002. xvii, 490 p.
    HV 6431 B456 2002

  31. Bergen, Peter L. Holy war, Inc.: inside the secret world of Osama bin Laden. New York: Free Press, c2001. ix, 283 p.
    HV 6430 B55 B47 2001

  32. Berkowitz, Bruce D. The new face of war: how war will be fought in the 21st century. New York: Free Press, c2003. xii, 257 p.
    U 163 B37 2003

  33. Bohn, Michael K. Nerve center: inside the White House Situation Room. Washington, D.C.; London: Brassey's, 2003. 278 p.
    JK 552 B64 2003

  34. Bossie, David N. Intelligence failure: how Clinton's national security policy set the stage for 9/11. Nashville: WorldNetDaily Books, c2004. xv, 256 p.
    JK 468 I6 B67 2004

  35. Brisard, Jean-Charles. Forbidden truth: U.S.-Taliban secret oil diplomacy and the failed hunt for Bin Laden. New York City: Thunder's Mouth Press, c2002. xxxv, 249 p.
    E 183.8 A3 B74 2002

  36. Bunn, Matthew. Controlling nuclear warheads and materials: a report card and action plan. Washington, D.C.: Nuclear Threat Initiative; Cambridge, MA: Project on Managing the Atom, [2003] xviii, 189 p.
    HV 6431 B85 2003

  37. Burke, Jason. Al-Qaeda: casting a shadow of terror. London; New York: I.B. Tauris, 2003. vii, 292 p.
    HV 6431 B862 2003

  38. Condon, Bradly J. Drawing lines in sand and snow: border security and North American economic integration. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, c2003. xxii, 210 p.
    HC 95 C64 2003

  39. Davis, Paul K. Deterrence & influence in counterterrorism: a component in the war on al Qaeda. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, c2002. xix, 86 p.
    HV 6431 D3 2002

  40. Dummett, Michael A. E. On immigration and refugees. London; New York: Routledge, 2001. xiii, 160 p.
    JV 6271 D86 2001

  41. Fandy, Mamoun. Saudi Arabia and the politics of dissent. New York, N.Y.: Palgrave, 2001. 272 p.
    DS 244.63 F36 1999

  42. Farah, Douglas. Blood from stones: the secret financial network of terror. New York: Broadway Books, 2004. xiii, 225 p.
    HV 6433 A358 F37 2004

  43. Frum, David. An end to evil: how to win the war on terror. New York: Random House, c2003. 284 p.
    HV 6432 F78 2003

  44. Gabbard, C. Bryan. Emerging markets of the information age: a case study in remote sensing data and technology. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1996. iii, 33 p.
    G 70.4 G33 1996

  45. Gerson, Allan. The price of terror: one bomb, one plane, 270 lives: the history-making struggle for justice after Pan Am 103. New York: HarperCollins, c2001. xiv, 322 p., [8] p. of plates.
    HV 6431 G47 2001

  46. Gertz, Bill. Breakdown: the failure of American intelligence to defeat global terror. New York: Plume Book, c2003. xxxii, 284 p.
    UB 251 U6 G47 2003

  47. Glanz, James. City in the sky: the rise and fall of the World Trade Center. New York: Times Books, 2003. xii, 428 p., [16] p. of plates.
    NA 6233 N5 W6742 2003

  48. Goodson, Larry P. Afghanistan's endless war: state failure, regional politics, and the rise of the Taliban. Seattle: University of Washington Press, c2001. xv, 264 p.
    DS 371.3 G66 2001

  49. Griffin, David Ray. The new Pearl Harbor: disturbing questions about the Bush administration and 9/11. Northampton, Mass.: Olive Branch Press, 2004. xxv, 214 p.
    E 902 G75 2004

  50. Griffin, Michael. Reaping the whirlwind: the Taliban movement in Afghanistan. London; Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press, 2001. xxi, 283 p.
    DS 371.2 G74 2001

  51. Hanson, Victor Davis. An autumn of war: what America learned from September 11 and the war on terrorism. New York: Anchor Books, 2002. xx, 218 p.
    HV 6432 H377 2002

  52. Hatton, T. J. The age of mass migration: causes and economic impact. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. xi, 301 p.
    JV 6217 H37 1998

  53. Helton, Arthur C. The price of indifference: refugees and humanitarian action in the new century. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. xi, 314 p.
    JV 6346 H44 2002

  54. Hess, Tom. Let my people go!: the struggle of the Jewish people to return to Israel. [Washington, D.C.?]: Progressive Vision International, c2004. 168 p.
    BX 8643 J84 H47 2004

  55. Heuer, Richards J. Psychology of intelligence analysis. [Washington, D.C.]: Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, 1999. xxvi, 184 p.
    BF 311 H469 1999

  56. Heymann, Philip B. Terrorism and America: a commonsense strategy for a democratic society. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, c1998. xxiv, 179 p.
    HV 6432 H49 1998

  57. Heymann, Philip B. Terrorism, freedom, and security: winning without war. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, c2003. xiii, 210 p.
    HV 6432 H494 2003

  58. Hoffman, Bruce. Inside terrorism. New York: Columbia University Press, c1998. 296 p., [8] p. of plates.
    HV 6431 H626 1998b

  59. Hopsicker, Daniel. Welcome to terrorLand: Mohamed Atta & the 9-11 cover-up in Florida. Eugene, OR: MadCow Press, c2004. 400 p.
    HV 6432.7 H66 2004

  60. Huntington, Samuel P. The clash of civilizations and the remaking of world order. New York: Touchstone, 1997. 367 p.
    D 860 H86 1997

  61. Jordan, Bill. Migration: the boundaries of equality and justice. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press; Malden, MA: Distributed in the USA by Blackwell Publishers, c2003. viii, 191 p.
    JV 6038 J67 2003

  62. Kartashev, Steven I. The great stakeout: how September 11th changed the USA. [United States]: International Supercomputing Institute, c2004. ii, 294, [32] p.
    HV 6432.7 K37 2004

  63. Kepel, Gilles. Jihad: the trail of political Islam. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2003,c2002. viii, 454 p.
    BP 173.7 K453 2003

  64. Kurzban, Ira J. Kurzban's immigration law sourcebook: a comprehensive outline and reference tool. Washington, D.C.: American Immigration Law Foundation, c1990. 1 v. (various pagings).
    KF 4819.3 K87 1990

  65. Kux, Dennis. The United States and Pakistan, 1947-2000: disenchanted allies. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2001. xix, 470 p.
    E 183.8 P18 K89 2001

  66. Lake, Anthony. 6 nightmares: real threats in a dangerous world and how America can meet them. Boston: Little, Brown, c2000. xv, 318 p.
    HV 6432 L34 2000

  67. Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (U.S.). Imbalance of powers: how changes to U.S. law & policy since 9/11 erode human rights and civil liberties. New York, NY: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, c2003. viii, 108 p.
    KF 4749 L391 2003

  68. Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (U.S.). A year of loss: reexamining civil liberties since September 11. New York, NY: The Committee, c2002. v, 68 p.
    KF 4750 L39 2002

  69. Leebaert, Derek. The fifty-year wound: how America's Cold War victory shapes our world. Boston: Back Bay Books, 2003. xviii, 750 p.
    E 744 L426 2003

  70. Lewis, Bernard. The crisis of Islam: holy war and unholy terror. New York: Modern Library, 2003. xxxii, 184 p.
    BP 182 L48 2003

  71. Lewis, Bernard. What went wrong?: the clash between Islam and modernity in the Middle East. New York: Perennial, 2003. 186 p.
    DS 62.4 L488 2003

  72. Lippman, Thomas W. Inside the mirage: America's fragile partnership with Saudi Arabia. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, c2004. ix, 390 p.
    E 183.8 S25 L57 2004

  73. MacEachin, Douglas J. US intelligence and the Polish crisis: 1980-1981. Washington, D.C.: Center for the Study of Intelligence, 2000. xii, 211 p.
    DK 4442 M33 2000

  74. Malone, David M. The effective deposition: techniques and strategies that work. South Bend, IN: National Institute for Trial Advocacy, c1996. xiii, 321 p.
    KF 8900 M34 2001

  75. Miniter, Richard. Losing Bin Laden: how Bill Clinton's failures unleashed global terror. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Pub., c2003. xxiii, 317 p.
    HV 6432 B55 M55 2003

  76. Mylroie, Laurie. The war against America: Saddam Hussein and the World Trade Center attacks: a study of revenge. New York, NY: ReganBooks, c2001. xxviii, 318 p.
    HV 6432 M95 2001

  77. Mylroie, Laurie. Bush vs. the Beltway: how the CIA and the State Department tried to stop the war on terror. New York: Regan Books, c2003. 258 p.
    DS 79.76 M95 2003

  78. Napoleoni, Loretta. Modern jihad: tracing the dollars behind the terror networks. London ; Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, c2003. xxiii, 295 p.
    HV 6431 N3654 2003

  79. Nye, Joseph S. The paradox of American power: why the world's only superpower can't go it alone. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. xviii, 222 p.
    E 183.7 N94 2002

  80. O'Ballance, Edgar. Sudan, civil war and terrorism, 1956-99. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Press; New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. xx, 220 p.
    DT 157.3 O2 2000

  81. Patterson, Robert. Dereliction of duty: an eyewitness account of how Bill Clinton compromised America's national security. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Pub., c2003. 216 p.
    E 886.2 P38 2003

  82. Petterson, Donald. Inside Sudan: political Islam, conflict, and catastrophe. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, c1999. xiii, 209 p.
    DT 157.5 P47 1999

  83. Petterson, Donald. Inside Sudan: political Islam, conflict, and catastrophe. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2003. xi, 269 p.
    DT 157.5 P47 2003

  84. Pierre, Andrew J. Coalitions building and maintenance: the Gulf War, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and the War on Terrorism. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 2002. xi, 100 p.
    HV 6431 P54 2002

  85. Pipes, Daniel. Militant Islam reaches America. New York: W.W. Norton, c2002. xix, 309 p.
    BP 67 U6 P57 2002

  86. Purvis, Joseph D. The era of J. Edgar. [Savannah, GA?: J. Purvis, c1998?] viii, 212 p.
    HV 7911 H6 P87 1998

  87. Ressa, Maria. Seeds of terror: an eyewitness account of Al-Qaeda's newest center of operations in Southeast Asia. New York: Free Press, c2003. xvi, 254 p.
    HV 6433 A7852 Q257 2003

  88. Rubin, Barnett R. The fragmentation of Afghanistan: state formation and collapse in the international system. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2002. xlu, 378 p.
    DS 371.2 R8 2002

  89. Ruppert, Jack. One of us: officers of Marines: their training, traditions, and values. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. xxiv, 171 p.
    VE 23 R88 2003

  90. Schulz, William F. Tainted legacy: 9/11 and the ruin of human rights. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press/Nation Books, c2003. xiv, 242 p.
    JC 585 S4328 2003

  91. Schweitzer, Glenn E. A faceless enemy: the origins of modern terrorism. Cambridge, MA: Perseus, 2002. 363 p.
    HV 6431 S375 2002

  92. Smith, Derek V. Risk revolution: the threats facing America & technology's promise for a safer tomorrow. Atlanta, GA: Longstreet Press, 2004. xiii, 256 p.
    HV 7431 S65 2004

  93. Steele, Robert D. The new craft of intelligence, personal, public, & political: citizen's action handbook for fighting terrorism, genocide, disease, toxic bombs, & corruption. Oakton, VA: OSS International Press, [2002] xviii, 438 p.
    JK 468 I6 S742 2002

  94. Steele, Robert D. On intelligence: spies and secrecy in an open world. Oakton, VA: OSS International Press, [2001] xi, 495 p.
    JK 468 I6 S74 2001

  95. Stern, Jessica. Terror in the name of God: why religious militants kill. New York: Ecco, c2003. xxxi, 368 p.
    BL 65 T47 S74 2003

  96. Teitelbaum, Joshua. Holier than thou: Saudi Arabia's Islamic opposition. Washington, D.C.: Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2000. xix, 123 p.
    DS 244.63 T45 2000

  97. United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Nominations before the Senate Armed Services Committee, first session, 107th Congress: hearings before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, on nominations of Donald H. Rumsfeld; Dr. Paul D. Wolfowitz; Dr. Dov S. Zakheim ... January 11, February 27, April 24, 26, May 1, 10, June 5, 7, 22, 27, July 31, August 1, September 13, 25, October 11, 23, November 8, December 4, 2001. Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O.: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., [Congressional Sales Office], 2002. vii, 1869 p.
    KF 26 A7 2001i

  98. Weaver, Mary Anne. Pakistan: in the shadow of jihad and Afghanistan. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002. 284 p.
    DS 384 W43 2002

  99. Zelikow, Philip. Germany unified and Europe transformed: a study in statecraft. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1997. xviii, 493 p.
    DD 290.29 Z45 1997