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Although the 19 hijackers were ethnic Arabs (and 15 from Saudi Arabia), Bush himself continues to contuse Arabs with religious Muslims.
But let's not contuse an antidemocratic military coup with a war.
(17See.) Robert Morris, interview by Paul Cummings, March10,1968.ARchives of American Art,Smithsonisan Institution; and Dale MeConathy,"Ad Reinhardr;'He Loved to Contuse and Confound," Art News 79.no.4(April 1980);56-59
Yet, if a television show is able to educate and edify, it can also contuse and corrupt.