Protest of Factual Errors In William Langewieshe’s book, American Ground and Equivalent Articles In The Atlantic Monthly Magazine

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Sept. 2002

Response to American Ground: Unbuilding the World Trade Center. Article by William Langewiesche published in three parts in the Atlantic Monthly magazine. Factual corrections to Part 1;“The Inner World,” August 2002; Part 2, “The Rush To Recover,” September 2002; and Part 3, “The Dance of the Dinosaurs,” October 2002.

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    (with Internet version pagination)Quotes with factual errors (underlining of text not original) Corrected facts

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    (magazine version pagination)Quotes with factual errors (underlining of text not original) Corrected facts

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    (magazine version pagination)Quotes with factual errors (underlining of text not original) Corrected facts

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