Sept. 11 Panel Sought to Learn from Past Errors

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Members of the Sept. 11 commission paid particular attention to past investigations of critical events in the nation's history. They were hoping to produce a report that would stand as a final analysis and thwart conspiracy theorists. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Philip Zelikow, staff director of the Sept. 11 commission.



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