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Elizabeth Woodworth is a writer and retired medical librarian (Writer and Head Librarian
B.C. Ministry of Health 1978-2002.) The current focus of her writing is social justice issues, and she has extensively researched the evidence presented on both sides of the 9/11 controversy

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Thursday, June 20, 2013     

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Obama's Humanitarianism as Window-Dressing for the US "Deep State" Agenda: The Case of Syria
(1 comments) If we look at the origins of the NSA super-surveillance program, which is generally believed to have begun right after 9/11 as a provision of the Patriot Act, we will see that in fact it began in February, 2001, within weeks after the swearing in of the Bush administration.

Saturday, September 25, 2010     

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Ethical Reflections on the 9/11 Controversy
(36 comments) Though research into the events of 9/11 has not yet attained the rigor achieved by Evidence Based Medicine (EBM,) it is still possible to rank the research in this field according to evidence-based principles. This article explains the principles, points to sources that exemplify them, and argues the ethical obligation of librarians and journalists to advance those sources .