Fifteen years have passed since that fateful day on September 11, 2001. Has time changed how we now understand the impact of those unprecedented attacks on America? If so, what have we learned since 9/11? In the next edition of Life Elsewhere we ‘ll pose this question to a distinguished panel of guests:
Steve Brodner, political caricaturist, satirical commentator, and frequent contributor to Life Elsewhere.
Tom Hall, chairman of Tucker/Hall a national media crisis firm.
Binoy Kampmark, Senior Lecturer in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, at RMIT University, Melbourne, author of many authoritative commentaries for CounterPunch, and contributor to Life Elsewhere.
Mark Haskell-Smith, fiction and documentary author with a motion picture in the works for a 2017 release and a Life Elsewhere contributor.
Also in this edition, author Amor Towles on his enthralling new novel, A Gentleman In Moscow.
Life Elsewhere Show #186 airs:
Sundays 12 noon ET at The Source WMNF HD3
Mondays 5.00pm PT & Wednesdays 2.00pm PT at NWCZ Radio
Thursdays 6.00pm ET at Internet Radio Network
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