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37. Doug Mellgren, "As Jimmy Carter Wins Nobel Peace Prize, Bush Criticized About Iraq," Associated Press, October 11, 2002.
38. CNN's Capital Gang, CNN, October 12, 2002.
39. "Historian and Author Marshall Frady Discusses Jimmy Carter's Life and Winning Nobel Peace Prize," The News with Brian Williams, CNBC, October 11, 2002.
40. Katie Couric, Today, NBC, October 11, 2002.
41. Frank Bruni, "Carter Accepts Nobel and Gives Message on Iraq," New York Times, December 11, 2002.
42. John F. Burns, "Actor Follows His Own Script on Iraq," New York Times.
43. Sean Price, "War on the Radio: Tokyo Rose, Axis Sally, and Hanoi Hannah Broadcast Propaganda Aimed at Turning the Hearts of Lonely U.S. Soldiers," New York Times Upfront, December 10, 2001. One of Tokyo Rose's broadcasts went: "Greetings, everybody! This is your No. 1 enemy, your favorite playmate, Orphan Ann on Radio Tokyo - the little sunbeam whose throat you'd like to cut! Get ready again for a vicious assault on your morale, 75 minutes of music and news for our friends - I mean, our enemies! - in the South Pacific."
44. Tokyo Rose later quietly won a pardon from Gerald Ford after spending many years arguing that she had been visiting Japan before Pearl Harbor and, after having been stranded there, was forced by the Japanese government to issue the broadcasts. Her innocence was supported by the fact that she never became a liberal cause celebre.
14. MODERN MCCARTHVISM: THIS IS WHAT IT MEANT IN THE FIFTIES, TOO
1. Matthew Rothschild, "The New McCarthyism; Cover Story," The Progressive, January 1, 2002 (quoting Professor Eric Foner of Columbia University).
2. James Risen, "F.B.I. Told of Worry over Flight Lessons Before Sept. 11," New York Times, May 4, 2002.
3. See, e.g., Meet the Press, NBC, November 25, 2002.
4. Alison Mitchell, "Traces of Terrorism: Congress; Democrats Say Bush Must Give Full Disclosure," New York Times, May 17, 2002.
5. Jennifer Hoyt, "Lawmakers Demand Hearings on Bush's Order to Allow Trials of Terrorist Suspects Before Military Tribunals," Associated Press, November 16, 2001.
6. Letters, State Journal-Register (Springfield, 111.), January 6, 2002.
7. Maureen Dowd, "Uncivil Liberties," New York Times, November 25, 2001.
8. Matthew L. Wald, "Effort to Cut Flight Delays Is Put Off," New York Times, January 7, 2002.
9. "Gore Gets Frisked on Wisconsin Travels," Associated Press, June 14, 2002.
10. David Firestone, "A Nation Challenged: Airport Security; Few Shoes Shed in Airports' Lines," New York Times, December 25, 2001.
11. Steve Kroft, "That Dirty Little Word 'Profiling'; Pros and Cons of Profiling Arab-American Men at Airports After the September llth Attacks," 60 Minutes, CBS News, December 2, 2001.
13. Fedwa Malti-Douglas, "Let Them Profile Me," New York Times, February 6, 2002.
14. Thomas Friedman, "Naked Air," New York Times, December 26, 2001.
15. William Glaberson, "A Nation Challenged: The Legal Issues; Groups Gird for Long Legal Fight on New Bush Anti-Terror Powers," New York Times, November 30, 2001.
16. Eleanor Clift, "Ashcroft Is Watching Us but Who's Watching Ashcroft?" Newsweek, November 23, 2001.
17. Frank Rich, "Thanks for the Heads-Up," New York Times, May 25, 2002.
18. Panel One of a Hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Federal News Service, June 6, 2002.
19. Editorial, "Preserving Liberty and Security; Handling Foreign Visitors," New York Times, June 6, 2002.
21. Jennifer Hoyt, "Lawmakers Demand Hearings on Bush's Order to Allow Trials of Terrorist Suspects Before Military Tribunals," Associated Press.
22. Curt Anderson, "Ashcroft Defends Holding Americans as 'Enemy Combatants,'" Associated Press, March 6, 2003.
23. Eric Lichtblau with Adam Liptak, "Threats and Responses: The Suspect; Questioning to Be Legal, Humane and Aggressive, the White House Says," New York Times, March 4, 2003.
24. Joel Brinkley, "Threats and Responses: Accusations; Report Says U.S. Human Rights Abuses Have Eroded Support for Efforts Against Terrorism," New York Times, January 15, 2003.
25. Matthew Rothschild, "The New McCarthyism; Cover Story," The Progressive, January 1, 2002.
27. Curt Anderson, "Ashcroft Defends Holding Americans as 'Enemy Combatants,' " Associated Press.
28. Adam Cohen, "Rough Justice; The Attorney General Has Powerful New Tools to Fight Terrorism. Has He Gone Too Far?" Time, December 10, 2001 (reported by John Dickerson, Viveca Novak, Elaine Shannon, and Michael Weisskopf/ Washington and Daren Fonda and Rebecca Winters/New York).
29. Matthew Rothschild, "The New McCarthyism; Cover Story," The Progressive.
30. See, e.g., Matthew Rothschild, "The New McCarthyism; Cover Story," The Progressive. ("Katie Sierra is a fifteen-year-old Sophomore at Sissonville High School in West Virginia. On October 22, she notified her principal, Forrest Mann, that she wanted to form an anarchist club.... The next day, Sierra came to school with a T-shirt on that said, "Racism, Sexism, Homophobia, I'm So Proud of People in the Land of the So-Called Free." The principal suspended her for three days. .. . Sierra and her mother sued the school district but lost in the lower courts and in the state supreme court by a 3-to-2 vote. . . . Because she felt unsafe at Sissonville High, Sierra is now being home-schooled.")
31. Benjamin Weiser, "Threats and Responses: The Courts; U.S. Asks Judge to Deny Terror Suspect Access to Lawyer, Saying It Could Harm Interrogation," New York Times, January 10, 2003.
32. See, e.g, Mitra Kalita, "Detour from Dream," Newsday, September 20, 2002.
33. Anwar Iqbal, "Prosecutor: Terror Suspect Knew 9/11 Plan," United Press International, September 18, 2002; and see, e.g, Mitra Kalita, "Detour from Dream," Newsday.
34. Mark Miller and Mark Hosenball, "The Hunt for Sleeper Cells," Newsweek, September 30, 2002 (with Nada El Sawy and Daniel Klaidman).
36. See, e.g., Susan Sachs, "Threats and Responses: The Buffalo Case; Murky Lives, Fateful Trip in Buffalo Terrorism Case," New York Times, September 20, 2002 (reported by John Kifner, Marc Santora, and Susan Sachs).
37. Mark Miller and Mark Hosenball, "The Hunt for Sleeper Cells," Newsweek.
38. John Kifner, Marc Santora, and Susan Sachs (written by Ms. Sachs), "Threats and Responses: The Buffalo Case; Murky Lives, Fateful Trip in Buffalo Terrorism Case," New York Times, September 20, 2002 ("CORRECTION: A picture in early editions on Sept. 20 showed a 6-year-old boy aiming a toy pistol alongside a sign reading 'Arabian Foods' outside a store in Lackawanna, N.Y., near Buffalo. . . . After the picture was published, two editors from other news organizations telephoned the Times to report that their photographers said it had been posed. . . . The editors concluded, and the photographer acknowledged, that the boy's gesture had not been spontaneous. The Times regrets this violation of its policy on journalistic integrity.")
39. Marc Santora, "Lackawanna Journal; Waiting Uneasily on Bail Ruling in Al-Qaeda Case," New York Times, October 8, 2002.
40. John Kifner, Marc Santora, and Susan Sachs (written by Ms. Sachs), "Threats and Responses: The Buffalo Case; Murky Lives, Fateful Trip in Buffalo Terrorism Case," Correction Appended, New York Times, September 20, 2002.
44. Jennifer Ludden, "Yemeni American Community in Buffalo," Morning Edition, National Public Radio, October 8, 2002.
46. "Man Found in Lobby Slain with Crossbow," New York Times, December 29, 1987.
47. Jennifer Ludden, "Yemeni American Community in Buffalo," Morning Edition.
48. Mark Miller and Mark Hosenball, "The Hunt for Sleeper Cells," Newsweek.
51. John Kifner, Marc Santora, and Susan Sachs (written by Ms. Sachs), "Threats and Responses: The Buffalo Case; Murky Lives, Fateful Trip in Buffalo Terrorism Case," Correction Appended, New York Times.
52. Eric Boehlert, "Does Alleged Sleeper Cell Belong Behind Bars?" Salon.com, October 2, 2002.
53. Ibid. The Islamic Ruling on the Permissibility of Martyrdom Operations can be found at http://www.geocities.com/sadiqurnet/islamic_ruling_martyrdom. html. For a document that is so "widely available," it's a mystery why Boehlert didn't read it. This must be what liberals mean when they complain about Bush's lacking "intellectual curiosity."
54. The Islamic Ruling on the Permissibility of Martyrdom Operations, http:// www.geocities.com/sadiqurnet/islamic_ruling_martyrdom.html.
55. James Risen with Marc Santora, "Threats and Responses: The Terror Network; Man Believed Slain in Yemen Tied by U.S. to Buffalo Cell," New York Times, November 10, 2002.
56. Mark Coatney, "Person of the Week: Abu Zubaydah," Time, May 24, 2002.
57. Maureen Dowd, "Summer of All Fears," New York Times, June 12, 2002.
60. Editorial, "War Against Terrorism; Keep Perspective with 'Terrorist' Arrests," The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.), October 9, 2002.
62. Robert D. McFadden, "Jersey City Man Is Charged in Bombing of Trade Center After Rented Van Is Traced," New York Times, March 5, 1993.
63. Neil MacFarquhar, "Gunman's Uncle Doubts Terror Motive," New York Times, July 6, 2002.
64. Michael Wines, "Hostage Drama in Moscow: The Raid; At Least 67 Captives and 50 Chechens Die in Siege," New York Times, October 27, 2002.
65. See, e.g., Jo Thomas and Dana Canedy, "Traces of Terror: The Bomb Suspect," New York Times, June 15, 2002.
66. Barrett Kalellis, "Walker Is No Benedict Arnold, but Deserves Stiff Prosecution," Detroit News, December 19, 2001, p. ISA.
67. Peter Kononczuk, "Plane Bomb Suspect Is British Petty Criminal: Report," Agence France Presse, December 26, 2001. ("French police have said he has alternately identified himself to US authorities as Sri Lanka-born Tariq Raja, born in 1973, and as Abdel Rahim, a name reflecting his conversion to Islam.")
68. Alan Cowell, "A Nation Challenged: Jailed Briton; The Shadowy Trail and Shift to Islam of a Bomb Suspect," New York Times, December 29, 2001. ("He is a gangling giant of a man with immigrant roots in Jamaica, a record of crime and a sense that his Christian upbringing was not enough to shield him from the violence, poverty and racial bias of south London.")
69. Jack Hagel and Martin Merzer, "Shoe Bomb Suspect's Motives a Mystery," Miami Herald, December 25, 2001.
70. Inasmuch as the media used various versions of the name John Muhammad for the older sniper, the search used the name of the younger sniper, Lee Malvo. Lexis-Nexis search of New York Times archives from October 2002 to January 19, 2003: "lee malvo and sniper": 128 documents; "lee malvo and muslims": 9 documents.
71. Matthew Rothschild, "The New McCarthyism; Cover Story," The Progressive.
CONCLUSION: WHY THEY HATE US
1. Paul Johnson, History of the Jews, New York: Harper Perennial, 1988, p. 504.
2. Michael A. Fletcher, "Campaign for Divestiture of Investments Stirs Debate on Bias, Academic Freedom," Washington Post, October 12, 2002.
3. Michael Moore, Stupid White Men, New York: Regan Books, 2001. Back cover endorsement: "Absolutely amazing satirical wit, great journalism, great research . . . wonderful Swiftian rage ... a total masterpiece!" Tom Paulin and Bonnie Greer, BBC Newsnight.
4. Margaret Hunt Gram, "Harvard Cancels CU Visiting Professor's Talk," Columbia Spectator Online, November 19, 2002, at http://www.columbiaspectator .com/vnews/display.v/ART/2002/ll/19/3ddaoa2e52d43?in_archive=l.
5. Al Webb, "Synagogues Burn as Europeans Rage," Washington Times, April 22, 2002.
6. Don Feder, "European Anti-semitism Has Middle East Roots," townhall.com, May 8, 2002.
7. Al Webb, "Synagogues Burn as Europeans Rage," Washington Times.
9. "French Jews Demand Protection," BBC News, April 1, 2002.
10. Western Europe: "Amnesty International Condemns Attacks on Jews and Arabs," press release, October 5, 2002. The press release listed these attacks on Jews: "In Belgium, synagogues in Brussels and Antwerp were firebombed in April; the facade of a synagogue in Charleroi, Southwest Belgium, was sprayed with bullets. A Jewish bookshop and delicatessen in Brussels were destroyed by fire. Criminal investigations have been opened into these incidents, as well as into a physical assault on the Chief Rabbi of Brussels in December 2001. In April, synagogues were attacked in Berlin and Herford in Germany. In the same month two Orthodox Jews were attacked and slightly injured by a group of people on a shopping street in Berlin after visiting a synagogue." It listed this on Arabs: "In an attack in Brussels on 7 May, a Moroccan immigrant couple was shot dead and two of their children wounded by an elderly Belgian neighbour, reportedly expressing racist views."
11. Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, New York: Penguin, 2000, first published in 1835, pp. 354-55.
12. Ibid., pp. 355-66.
13. Ibid., p. 353.
14. Ibid., pp. 350-51.
15. Ibid., p. 353.
16. John Patrick Diggins, "Good Intentions," The National Interest, Fall 2000.
17. S. J. Taylor, Stalin's Apologist: Walter Duranty: The New York Times Man in Moscow, New York: Oxford University Press, 1990, p. 116.
18. CBS This Morning, April 23,1998 (cohost Jane Robelot reporting).
19. Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, pp. 733-35.
20. George Orwell, 7984, New York: Signet Classics, 1950, p. 57.
21. E. Fuller Torrey, The Roots of Treason: Ezra Pound and the Secret of St. Elizabeths, Lucas Books, 1999, p. 196.
22. See, e.g., Lawrence F. Kaplan, "Torpedo Boat; How Bush Turned on Arafat." The New Republic, February 18, 2002.
23. Paul Johnson, Enemies of Society, New York: Atheneum, 1977, p. 259.
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