The Greater the Evil, The More It Disarms

Krauthammer, Charles
September 2001
Time International (South Pacific Edition);9/24/2001, Issue 38, p72
Ponders the problem in facing terrorism, which is said to be the failure of the imagination. Question of why passengers on three of the four hijacked jets in the United States on September 11, 2001 did not overpower the terrorists; Comparison of the passengers' seeming passivity with the Holocaust, as they did not realize the extent of the evil; Observations on evil and the perversion of religion; Why passengers on the plane that went down near Pittsburgh decided to resist the hijackers.


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