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Op-Ed: Credit Crisis More Damaging Than Sept. 11

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Op-Ed: Credit Crisis More Damaging Than Sept. 11

Op-Ed: Credit Crisis More Damaging Than Sept. 11

Op-Ed: Credit Crisis More Damaging Than Sept. 11

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Author David Rothkopf explains why he believes the current financial crisis may have "greater and more lasting ramifications" than the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. His op-ed, "9/11 Was Big. This Is Bigger," appeared Sunday in The Washington Post.

Rothkopf is a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, author of Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They Are Making, writer of the Washington Post article "9/11 Was Big. This is Bigger".

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