Coping with Terrorism
European-Atlantic Publications, Jan 1, 2006 - London Terrorist Bombings, London, England, 2005 - 364 pages
Drawing on research, which includes interviews with London bomb victims and others, this work explains what is known about our reaction to terror attacks. It also shows how we can survive the unthinkable and tells us why we should understand our enemies, warning us that terrorism is the ultimate copycat crime.
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The Terrorist Stress Test
What are we feeling? And why?
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