In the April 30 Washington Post, back in the Style section with the comics and gossip, is a remarkable piece of long-form journalism every homeland security professional should read and be ready to discuss. The story’s substance is well within our domain. It is also wonderfully written. The writer has achieved a rhetoric that constantly reminds the reader, “this is one way of perceiving reality, there are others.”
Please access: The Prophets of Oak Ridge. The twenty-second inescapable advertisement is annoying but worth waiting out.