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A bin Laden Family History by Daniel Immerwahr

by Daniel Immerwahr
April 16, 2018

Daniel Immerwahr is a scholar of U.S. and global history, specializing in empire, development, and the history of ideas. His first book, Thinking Small, offers a critical account of the United States' pursuit of grassroots development at home and abroad in the middle of the twentieth century. He is currently writing another book, How to Hide an Empire, about the United States' overseas territory.


frank sat down with Daniel at his Northwestern office to get a deep and personal history of Osama bin Laden. Here he provides context for bin Laden's rise to the worlds most famous terrorist. You can watch below, or listen to the interview in full here:

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