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Richard A. Clarke
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" 'We have to think of a message to the public. Tell them not to clog up the roads. Let them know we are in control of the airways'.... 'Paul, there is nobody in the White House but us and no press on the grounds. I think the President will have something to say when he lands in Barksdale, but we have to be careful ... we really don't know what is going on."' Chapter 1, pg. 13

"Thousands of American civilian contractors moved into the Kingdom, causing resentment among some Muslims, who read the Koran as banning the presence of infidels in the country that hosted the two holiest mosques of Islam." Chapter 2, pg. 48

"Those feeling disadvantaged by the global system and wishing to blame their lot on foreign forces had only one world dominant nation to blame for their troubles, one major target to motivate their followers, America." Chapter 3, pg...

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