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Mark Smith, editor, Cindi Baxter, associate editor

   

Great works missing from HPU curriculum

Education at HPU centers on five themes. Communication skills, values and choices, research and epistemology, global systems, and world cultures are the basis for education at HPU.

   

Diverting the blame for terrorism, more 'Spirit of Munich'

The squabbling and finger pointing surrounding the 9/11 commission only serve to obscure the fundamental lesson of that horrific day. Whatever errors or incompetence on the part of a particular individual or intelligence agency, what made September 11 possible was a failure of policy. Our government, whether controlled by Democrat or Republican, had for decades conducted an accommodating, range-of-the-moment, unprincipled foreign policy.

   

An intelligence failure, indeed! But whose intelligence?

Speculation suggests the president was completely aware that a surprise attack would transpire on that luminous morning. It was a day that brought both outrage and unity, a day no American will forget. But what did the administration know beforehand, and could the attacks have been prevented?

 
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