Sunday, November 29 2009 - 9/11 A/V Galleries
Zelikow's 'What Do I Do Now?' Memo Found
Posted at the History Commons Groups
We have found the famous "What Do I Do Now?" memo drafted by 9/11 Commission Executive Director Philip Zelikow on March 2, 2003. The memo advised staffers newly hired by the commission what they should do after starting work.
The memo was found by Erik at the National Archives and uploaded to the 9/11 Document Archive at Scribd.
Philip Shenon's The Commission highlighted the memo and one controversial section in particular. The section says:
Shenon called this provision, channelling contacts between the staff and the commissioners through Zelikow and his deputy, "unusual" and "worrying to the staff." He added:
That's from pages 84-85 of Shenon's book.
It was certainly good to find the memo after hearing about it. Naturally, we'll continue looking for other stuff.
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