Table of Contents
|1 The Semantics and Role of Terrorism||21|
|2 Contemporary Terrorism (1):
The Lesser and Mythical Terror Networks||47|
|3 Contemporary Terrorism (2):
The Real Terror Network||83|
|4 Contemporary Terrorism (3):
The Role of the Mass Media||139|
|5 Remedies for Terrorism||201|
|Table 2-1 Terrorist Attacks Against Cuba||67|
|Table 3-1 Income Size, Growth and Distribution for
Four Socialist and Six U.S. Client States||94|
|Table 3-2 Human Needs Performance for Four
Socialist and Six U.S. Client States100-101|
|Table 3-3 Origin and Spread of the Death Squad
in Latin America||116|
|Table 3-4 U.S. Military, Police and Economic
Aid to Countries Using Torture on an
Administrative Basis in the 1970s||129|
|Table 3-5 Forms of Subversion Engaged in by the
United States in Eight Countries in Latin
America and the Caribbean, 1950-1980||134|
|Table 4-1 Press Coverage of Abused Persons in the
Soviet Sphere and in Eight U.S. Client States||197|
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Book title: The Real Terror Network:Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda.
Contributors: Edward S. Herman - Author.
Publisher: South End Press.
Place of publication: Boston.
Publication year: 1982.
Page number: v.
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