Mark Twain may be the original author of the public myth that inspired 911. In one of the early chapters, the Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, plans the demolition of a well known tower, places explosives in the tower, and then orchestrates its public destruction to cement his number two position in King Arthur's Court displacing Merlin. Throughout, the protagonist ridicules the gullibility and ignorance of the Kingdoms subjects and how easy it is to move them in their superstitious beliefs.
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