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It's been 15 years since the brilliant September morning that upended American life and set George W. Bush on the road to war in Afghanistan and Iraq.

How do we remember 9/11? What should history teach?

It's been 15 years since the brilliant September morning that upended American life and set George W. Bush on the road to war in Afghanistan and Iraq.

from To the Point

In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush said that all Muslims should not be judged by the acts of a radical few.

Muslim Americans and the Politics of Fear

In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush said that all Muslims should not be judged by the acts of a radical few.

from To the Point

Social media exploded this week when a Muslim-American kid who brought a home-made clock to school  was arrested on suspicion of building a bomb .

From High School to the Campaign Trail: Islamophobia in America

Social media exploded this week when a Muslim-American kid who brought a home-made clock to school was arrested on suspicion of building a bomb .

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