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'Popular Mechanics' Tackles Sept. 11 Theories

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'Popular Mechanics' Tackles Sept. 11 Theories

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'Popular Mechanics' Tackles Sept. 11 Theories

'Popular Mechanics' Tackles Sept. 11 Theories

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See the original article which later became a book.

Jim Meigs, editor-in-chief of Popular Mechanics, talks about a recent article that discredits Sept. 11 conspiracy theories.

Guests:

Bob Goldberg, professor of history at the University of Utah; author of Enemies Within: The Culture of Conspiracy in Modern America

Jim Meigs, editor in chief of Popular Mechanics

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