Understanding terrorism: threats in an uncertain world
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004 - Political Science - 267 pages
Through the lens of historians, economists, psychologists, biologists, computer scientists, and anthropologists, the many layers of September 11th are revealed. These scholars explore the causes behind the terrorist attacks, the potential of technology, the culture of extremist groups, and American reactions to September 11th. A concluding chapter considers the future of terrorism.
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