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Publisher's Summary

Over the course of 20 months, the bipartisan 9/11 Commission, five Democrats and five Republicans held 12 public hearings and received testimony from 160 witnesses. Dozens of government agencies and other entities provided the Commission with more than 2.5 million pages of documents and other material. The report and its recommendations can save American lives.   

Special edition: Some of the best narrators in the business have lent their talents to this production.   

Barbara Rosenblat: 17 Earphone Awards, Golden Voice, Voice of the Century. Several Audie Awards   

Ralph Cosham: Two Earphone Awards, Five Audio Best of the Years, TV and movie credits   

Scott Brick: 18 Earphone Awards, one of six outstanding narrators for 2003. Audie Award   

Jay O. Sanders: Golden Voice, voice of PBS Wide Angle, TV and movie credits   

Grover Gardner: 15 Earphone Awards, Golden Voice, Voice of the Century   

Dan Cashman: Narrator of many best sellers, extensive TV and movie credit   

Kate Fleming: 12 Earphone Awards, several Audie nominations, Audie Award in 2004   

Susie Breck: Award-winning narrator and director. Audie Award   

Dick Hill: Eight Earphone Awards, Voice of the Century, Golden Voice, Two Audie Awards

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Important historical information

This is an important piece of history from a time that reshaped America. Some of it is still relevant, unfortunately.

My biggest problem is multiple narrators, some of them are genuinely bad. You have Grover Gardner on this, you didn't need anyone else. especially these old guys who sound like they're falling asleep or have crap audio equipment.