By Priscilla Walton, Bruce Tucker
The bombing of the dual Towers in long island on September eleven, 2001, marked a big turning element in smooth American tradition. Authors Bruce Tucker and Priscilla L. Walton research serious moments within the aftermath of 11th of September arguing that commentators deserted complexity, trying to lessen occasions to their easiest signification.
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In turn, our examination will, like Simpson’s, interrogate the very battle over Truth that constitutes what we call, to borrow from Lacan, the post-9/11 terror wars for the new Real. These wars are exempliﬁed in a number of ways, and to begin our study we want to turn to the artistic projects that were produced about 9/11 in the mainstream media. Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 was one of the ﬁrst documentaries to appear about the tragedy and its “fallout”; it remains the most proﬁtable documentary ever made.
But, he goes on to contend: In a world in which the world’s major power invades Iraq in order to punish a Saudi multi-millionaire operating out of Afghanistan (or somewhere else, or already dead), everything seems plausible. The Arab terrorist at ﬁrst widely presumed to have been at work in Oklahoma City has after 9/11 at last been reﬁgured and located, but only in the one place where he almost certainly was not: Iraq. (131) The “bait and switch” tactic that Simpson outlines as operational post-9/11 (131) involves a constant displacement of meaning (138).
The article also describes their “tin-roofed wood-framed home in this tiny town,” suggesting the simplicity of country life as a breeding ground for heroes (Blair and Landler). 38 American Culture Transformed Moreover, John Hall, in the Gleaner on May 22, 2003, noted that, while the story may not be the “chest-thumping” account reporters thought they had, Lynch deserves to be a hero because of what she symbolizes. Portraying Palestine, West Virginia, as unpretentious, as “a hardscrabble community with boarded-up stores and a post ofﬁce,” he waxed eloquently about its real, down-to-earth inhabitants as opposed to the many city reporters scrambling to operate their cell phones: “There are a lot of Palestines in rural America – places of heartbreaking poverty amid natural beauty.
American Culture Transformed: Dialing 9/11 by Priscilla Walton, Bruce Tucker