I usually avoid the vice of early morning TV. I listen to the radio, which has become, by default, the generally preferred intellectual medium, providing more information per minute more densely, stripped as it is of the crutch of visual images. But, unfortunately, some visual images are the story. On September 11, shortly after 8 a.m. in the Midwest, a sonorous male voice du (...)
What We Saw
How September 11 looked on TV
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