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Examining the Sept. 11 Commission Report

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Examining the Sept. 11 Commission Report

Examining the Sept. 11 Commission Report

Examining the Sept. 11 Commission Report

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It's more than 500 pages long and full of missed opportunities, compelling recommendations, heroism and bumbling. The long-awaited Sept. 11 Commission report is released today. Join NPR's Neal Conan to talk with a commissioner, members of Congress and Sept. 11 family members as we examine the details of the Sept. 11 report and take listener calls.

Guests:

Larry Abramson, NPR correspondent

Bob Kerrey, member of the Sept. 11 Commission. Former Democratic senator from Nebraska.

Debra Burlingame sister of Charles (Chick) Burlingame, pilot of American Airlines Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon

Steven Push, his wife Lisa Raines was a passenger on American Flight 77, which was flown into the Pentagon. Founder of the Families of Sept. 11.

Rep. Roy Blunt, (R-MO) House majority whip

Rep. Jane Harman, (D-CA) ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee

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