Terror, Trains, and CrayonsBy
This week, we learn how Iraq came between Joseph Wilson and Karl Rove.
Then, in a piece from our archives, John Stott takes a look at the security problems plaguing New York City’s most important commuter hub, Penn Station.
David Mann also asks the provocative question, “Does terrorism work?” and takes a look at the many motivations behind terrorism and the outcomes it leads to.
Finally, we hear about Iraqi artist Esam Pasha and the pieces he found and made during the occupation of Baghdad.
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