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Title Terrorizing ourselves : why U.S. counterterrorism policy is failing and how to fix it / edited by Benjamin H. Friedman, Jim Harper, and Christopher A. Preble.

Publication Info. Washington, D.C. : Cato Institute, [2010]


Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Rock Island Main Lib Adult Non-Fiction - RIPG-6  363.325 TER    AVAILABLE
Description vii, 316 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Defeating Al Qaeda / by Audrey Kurth Cronin -- Terrorism as a product of choices and perceptions / by James J. F. Forest -- Are there "root causes" for terrorist support? : revisiting the debate on poverty, education, and terrorism / by Mia Bloom -- Don't you know there's a war on? : assessing the military's role in counterterrorism / by Paul R. Pillar and Christopher A. Preble -- Assessing counterterrorism, homeland security, and risk / by James A. Lewis -- Assessing measures designed to protect the homeland / by John Mueller -- The economics of homeland security / by Veronique de Rugy -- The atomic terrorist? / by John Mueller -- Assessing the threat of bioterrorism / by Milton Leitenberg -- Managing fear : the politics of homeland security / by Benjamin H. Friedman -- The impact of fear on public thinking about counterterrorism policy : implications for communicators / by Priscilla Lewis -- Communicating about threat : toward a resilient response to terrorism / by William Burns.
Subject Terrorism -- United States.
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Government policy -- United States.
Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention.
National security -- United States.
Added Author Friedman, Benjamin H.
Harper, Jim, 1967-
Preble, Christopher A.
ISBN 9781935308300 (hardback) (alkaline paper)
1935308300 (hardback) (alkaline paper)

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