|Morrow, Lance||The Case for Rage and Retribution|
The September 11th, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the American Pentagon demand natural reactions of rage and retribution. While contrary to the soft-headed newspeak and global utopianism advanced during the 1990s, the only reasonable response to warlike action is war.
Published by TIME Magazine in a special edition released shortly after the Day of Infamy. The original TIME presentation of this essay can be found here.