Should the United States build a coalition of nations against Saddam Hussein to prevent the Iraqi leader acquiring weapons of mass destruction?
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Is the media's wall-to-wall coverage of the anniversary of Sept. 11 helping the nation to heal, or reopening a still sore wound? Peggy Noonan, columnist for the Wall Street Journal, joins the debate.
How did America end up so vulnerable to terrorism and what can we do to stop it? We'll ask Alan Dershowitz, author of Why Terrorism Works: Understanding the Threat. Responding to the Challenge.
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