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Terrorism (Opposing Viewpoints)

by Laura K. Egendorf (Editor)

Other authors: Noam Chomsky (Contributor)

Series: Opposing Viewpoints

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0737722479, Paperback)

In the wake of September 11, 2001, the world has become more aware of the dangers of terrorism. The contributors to this volume debate the seriousness of the threat, the causes of terrorism, and how the United States and international community should respond.

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A collection of articles discussing the issue of terrorism -- its causes, possible solutions, and how governments should respond.

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