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September 6th, 2011 WW Editorial Staff | News Stories
 

9/11: 10 Years On and 2,500 Miles Away

An introduction.

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Portland was safely removed from the 9/11 attacks, but the national response to those now-historical events affected this place as much as any other. From eroded civil liberties to the stubborn persistence of irony, WW this week looks at what’s changed—and what hasn’t.

CONTENTS

  1. The Oregon company that has received more than $1 billion in defense and security contracts since 9/11.

    by Corey Pein

  2. Whatever happened to "the end of the age of irony"?

    by Nigel Jaquiss

  3. A decade of Truther movies.

    by Aaron Mesh

  4. Guantanamo lawyer Steve Wax: "If I was in charge of the war on terror..."

    by Mark Zusman

  5. Oregon's fallen: War deaths by the numbers

    by Emily Green
More stories coming every day this week.
 
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