After September 11 brings together a selection of compelling new images shot by Reuters photographers since the attacks on the United States. The book provides illuminating graphics and maps to illustrate the changing international landscape and compelling original essays on the changes in New York, the United States, and the world.
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In After September 11, Reuters correspondents, photographers and graphic artists chronicle the rapid-fire pace of events after the attacks on the United States-the impact on New York City, on the rest of the nation and the repercussions around the world.
Starting at Ground Zero, the book tells moving new stories and shows fresh images from the site of the World Trade Center. The first section offers vivid insights into the lives of those most deeply affected-from those who toiled as rescuers to those who escaped from the twin towers and are now determined to rebuild their city.
Next, the book offers a unique snapshot of the United States, seeking to understand why the attacks took place and asking whether the nation has fundamentally changed or not. It charts how America is coping with a new sense of vulnerability and dissects the ways in which September 11 has permeated every day life.
In the final section, seasoned Reuters correspondents examine the shifting international alliances since September 11 and how conflicts from the Middle East to the confrontation between India and Pakistan came to be seen through the prism of America's response to the attacks.
Front cover photo: Two columns of light blaze into the sky over Manhattan as a memorial to those killed in the attacks on the World Trade Center in this view across the HudsonRiver from Jersey City, New Jersey, March 11, 2002. The "Tribute in Light," marking six months since the planes hit the towers, was created by two groups of 44 searchlights. Photo by Ray Stubblebine.About the Author:
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