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Title: Perspectives on Terrorism: How 9/11 Changed ...
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
Book Condition: Fine
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This reader includes journalistic and scholarly pieces focused on key political aspects of the September 11, 2001 attacks and the U.S's domestic and international response. Selections highlight political issues such as national security, public opinion and attitudes, civil liberties, immigration and U. S. citizenship, and foreign policy. The included articles encourage critical thinking about current events and discussions on topics such as security vs. liberty.About the Author:
Allan Cigler is a well-known scholar whose areas of interest include political parties and electoral behavior. He teaches at the University of Kansas and is the series editor of the Houghton Mifflin New Directions in Political Behavior series.
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