CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: “September 11th: A 20 Year Retrospective.”

Human Events Opinion is pleased to announce a call for submissions for our upcoming special collection:

“September 11th: A 20 Year Retrospective.”

This collection will feature strong, informed commentary marking the twenty-year anniversary of Tuesday, September 11th, 2001: the deadliest terrorist attack in human history and a moment that changed American history forever.

KEYWORDS: 9/11 Commission, 9/11 Memorial, Abbottabad, Al-Qaeda, American Airlines Flight 11, American Airlines Flight 77, American flag, Blackwater USA, Vice President Dick Cheney, democracy, Donald Rumsfeld, President George W. Bush, Ground Zero, Guantanamo Bay, firefighters, first responders, freedom, forever wars, intelligence, Islamists, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, national security, New York City, Operation Neptune Spear, Osama bin Laden, Pentagon, September 11th, Taliban, terrorism, Twin Towers, U.S. Military, United Airlines Flight 175, United Airlines Flight 93, War Hawks, War in Afghanistan, War in Iraq, War on Terror, World Trade Center, veterans

DETAILS: Human Events Special Collections feature editorial contributions that focus on a central theme, topic, or occasion. Per our usual guidelines, submissions should be complete, original, and between 750–2500 words.

Email your submission to submissions@humanevents.com, indicating in the subject line that you would like the piece to be considered for “September 11th: A 20 Year Retrospective.”

ENTRY WINDOW HAS CLOSED: we are no longer accepting submissions for this special collection.

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