After Sept. 11, The Search for Wise Counsel Continues

Christian Science Monitor,
January 3, 2002
September 11 created an unaccustomed problem for many writers: how to discuss events that until that day had been inconceivable. The terror attacks on New York and Washington were so unexpected, and so overwhelming in scale, that many normally prolix pundits found themselves at a loss. Much of what was published in the immediate aftermath...