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THE HOME FRONT, THEN AND NOW
When the World Trade Center was hit by terrorists on September 11, many
shocked Americans said: "This is like Pearl Harbor."
It was just sixty years ago, on December 7, 1941, that Japan launched its surprise attack on America. The bombing jolted an ambivalent America into a war fought not only on the battlefields of Europe and Asia but also on the home front. How critical was this effort to the U.S. victory in World War II? And how does that compare to America’s home front today? Are therelessons to be learned?
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resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute, and editor of "After the People Vote: A Guide to the Electroal College"
professor at Boston University, author of Hail to the Chief: The Making and Unmaking of American Presidents
Major Robert Bateman
Originally Aired: 11/30/2001
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