Guns and Butter Interviews Paul Zarembka, Editor of ‘The Hidden History of 9/11’
Paul Zarembka will be interviewed today on his excellent 9/11 book, The Hidden History of 9/11 . The one-hour broadcast will aired on Bonnie Faulkner’s KPFA program ‘Guns and Butter: The Economics of Politics’, where she has given considerable attention to 9-11 on her program for many years.
The interview can be heard at 4 p.m. Eastern/1 p.m. Pacific, available at http://www.kpfa.org/
It will also be available as an archive thereafter at http://www.kpfa.org/node/34
UPDATE 7/25/09 Paul Zarembka will be a guest on John Rodger’s blogtalk radio show tomorrow, Sunday, July 26, at 5pm PST. Listen here. UPDATE 7/23/09
Audio of this interview is now available online: http://informationclearinghouse.info/article23122.htm
How much insider trading occurred in the days leading up to 9/11? How compromised is the evidence against alleged hijackers because of serious authentication problems with a key Dulles Airport videotape? To what extent does the testimony of more than five hundred firefighters differ from official reports of what happened at the World Trade Center buildings that day? How inseparably connected are Western covert operations to al-Qaeda? How is Islamophobia used to sustain US imperialism?
Paul Zarembka is a professor of economics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Since 1977, he has been the general editor for Research in Political Economy . He has authored Toward a Theory of Economic Development , edited Frontiers in Econometrics , and co-edited Essays in Modern Capital Theory.
More on The Hidden History of 9/11:
Edited by Paul Zarembka
From publisher SevenStories.com:
Information tends to flow centripetally, from the margins to the center, and not vice versa, in the same way as sensations travel from our finger tips to our brain and central nervous system. Paul Zarembka’s Hidden History of 9-11 , doesn’t subscribe to any one conspiracy theory, but it argues, persuasively, that familiarity with the fault lines of the official story opens a reader to a fundamental and necessary awareness. We may never know the full story of 9-11, in the same way that we may never know the full story of the Kennedy assassinations, but the awareness that we do have following these events provides us at the very least with a healthy skepticism and a willingness to entertain the possibility of there being counter-narratives that cannot be dismissed.
How much insider trading occurred in the days leading up to 9-11? How compromised is the evidence against the hijackers? Why were there no military interceptors? To what extent does the testimony of more than five hundred firefighters differ from the official reports of what happened at the World Trade Center buildings that day? How inseparably connected are Western covert operations to al-Qaeda? How is Islamophobia used to sustain American imperialism? What was the 9-11 Commission?
With contributions from Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed, Four Arrows, David Ray Griffin, Jay Kolar, David MacGregor, Diana Ralph, Kevin Ryan, and Bryan Sacks, this path breaking work examines 9-11 and its background, showing how much remains unknown and where further investigation and debate is needed.
Watch an interview with editor Paul Zarembka on Snowshoe films.
Watch Paul confront Phillip Zelikow , author of the 9/11 Commission Report.
“Hidden History is a benchmark in 9-11 research; a serious reference volume that does not peddle vacuous theory, but instead offers up facts to be considered, and places 9-11 within a historical and social context that differs radically from the Official Story.” — Guerila News Network
“Paul Zarembka is a professor of economics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. In this new book on the seminal events of September 11, 2001 and the ensuing “War On Terror.” he has shown courage, skill and leadership in pulling together the careful research of many writers. This book should be summer reading for political scientists, journalists and anyone concerned about the disastrous path America is taking.” — Salmon Valley Observer
Paperback, 400 pages, 6×9″, $14.96 (On sale presently for $7.48)
Editor PAUL ZAREMBKA is a professor of economics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has been the general editor for Research in Political Economy since 1977, and is the author of Toward a Theory of Economic Development, editor of Frontiers in Econometrics, and co-editor of Essays in Modern Capital Theory.