In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks that made Sept. 11, 2001 the bloodiest day of terrorism in American history, President George W. Bush has met with the leaders of almost every civilized nation that can offer substantive help in prosecuting a worldwide campaign against terrorists.
The Dow Jones average rose 424 points in the first two days of trading this week, a number that is not too far from the surprise announcement that 352 people were arrested or detained in the probe of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
In the view from my office window, the white cloud rising over the remains of the World Trade Center is on the left, the Statue of Liberty is in the center, and over to the right, just across the Hudson River, is the skyline of Jersey City, N.J.
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