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In a related move, in 1999, Giuliani opened a $15 million emergency management center at 7 World Trade Center. The city boasted that the command center's walls could withstand 200 miles per hour winds, and the ventilation system was designed to blow out chemicals or germs. Although it was on the 23rd floor, critics assailed the center as "Rudy's bunker." Michael Daly of the Daily News likened it to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's shelter. "Of course, the mayor's inner circle will not have the cozy security of the traditional underground setting. They will be in the first-ever aerie-style bunker, a 46,000-square-foot expanse on the 23rd floor of 7 World Trade Center."
Originally posted by AgentSmith
Oh he has a book? I didn't notice - should have guessed..
How noble of him, but I guess if he had an opinion on the subject and wasn't making money from it he would be a Government shill. LOL
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Originally posted by NotClever
His writing the book no more diminishes the message than Landscape Turned Red : The Battle of Antietam by Stephen W. Sears, somehow alters what happened in that battle. Nor does George Tchobanoglous writing Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Reuse discredit the field of wastewater treatment. Both books are important to their respective fields.