9/11 DVD NO.3558
9/11 through Saudi Eyes VIDEOTAPE NO.6283
September 11 DVD NO.47
Building on Ground Zero DVD NO.1893
Charlie Rose. Show #3028 VIDEOTAPE NO.5926
Charlie Rose. Show #3029 VIDEOTAPE NO.5927
Charlie Rose. Show #3064 VIDEOTAPE NO.5928
Charlie Rose. Show #3093 VIDEOTAPE NO.5929
Farenheit 9/11 DVD NO.463
First Response VIDEOTAPE NO.5883
Hijacking catastrophe: 9/11, fear, & the selling of American empire
In Memorium:New York City9/11/01 DVD NO.77
Inside the Terror Network VIDEOTAPE NO.5917
Loose Change DVD NO.1285
Noam Chomsky: Rebel without a pause DVD NO.779
Objects and Memory DVD NO.2667
Reign Over Me DVD NO.2355
The Al-Qaeda files DVD NO.2188
The Dark Side DVD NO.1651
The Guys DVD NO.1006
The Pentagon VIDEOTAPE NO.5885
TwinTowers DVD NO.565
Under Ground Zero DVD NO.109
United 93 DVD NO.1499
Vito After DVD NO.2812
Why the Towers Fell VIDEOTAPE NO.5976
WorldTradeCenter VIDEOTAPE NO.5882
WTC: the first 24 hours, 9.11.2001″ DVD NO.53
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Foer, Jonathan Safran. Extremely loud and incredibly close. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2005.
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Friend, David. Watching the world change: the stories behind the images of 9/11. New York: Farrar, Strauss, & Giroux, 2006.
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George, Alice Rose. Here isNew York: a democracy of photographs. Zurich:New York: Dap, Art Publishers, 2002.
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Gilbert, Allison. Covering catastrophe: broadcast journalists report September 11. Chicago: Bonus Books, 2002.
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Glass, Julia. The whole world over: A Novel. New York: Pantheon Books, 2006.
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