This week’s OtherWords editorial features three op-eds that reflect on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. John Feffer says al-Qaeda was already losing its primary battle by September 2011. J. Richard Cohen issues a warning about the consequences of depicting “Islam as a virulent political movement rather than a religion.” And, Peter Hart laments that the mainstream U.S. media seems to accept “endless war” as a rational U.S. foreign policy. Get all this and more in your inbox by subscribing to our weekly newsletter. If you haven’t signed up yet, please do.

  1. CEOs Rewarded for Corporate Tax Dodging / Chuck Collins
  2. 9/11 is No Excuse for Bashing Muslims / J. Richard Cohen
  3. 10 Years of 9/11 Wars is Enough / Peter Hart
  4. Al-Qaeda Lost the Battle Long Ago / John Feffer
  5. Apple’s Steve Jobs: Not Quite Henry Ford / Donald Kaul
  6. Michigan Locals Fight for Democracy / Jim Hightower
  7. Big Tobacco Targets the Young and the Poor / William A. Collins
  8. High-Wire CEO / Khalil Bendib

High-Wire CEO, an OtherWords cartoon by Khalil Bendib.

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