Understanding Terrorism in America: From the Klan to Al Qaeda

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Index

a
Achenbach, J. 8 , 21
Adams, N. 44
Aho, J. 77
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) 51 , 83 , 86 , 133-4
Afghanistan:
US military intervention in 4-5
AFL-CIO 6
Ainsworth, K. 83
airlines:
airport security 10 , 33 ;
bailout 6
al-Fuqra 44 , 68
al Qaeda 2-3 , 6 , 119 , 121 , 132
American Indian Movement 22
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 6 , 9
American values 8 , 20-22
anthrax 15 , 18 , 113 , 115 , 117 , 119 , 121
anti-abortion terrorism 15,18 ;
links between anti-abortion militants and Far Right 125-6 ;
media coverage of 113 ;
support for 39
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) 83 , 86 , 133 , 134
anti-government movement see Far Right
antisemitism 41-2 , 51 , 64 , 126 , 133
anti-Vietnam war movement 32-3 , 49
Antiterrorism Act (1996) 114 , 131
Arizona Viper militia 105
Armed Forces of National Liberation see FALN
Armenian terrorism 15
Army of God 58
arrests of terrorists and extremists 57 , 84-6 , 91 , 98-102
Aryan Nations 61 , 77-8 , 80 , 87 , 92 , 127
assassinations see murders and shootings
Attorney General Ashcroft 1 , 4

b
Barnett, R., governor of Mississippi 27-8
Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) 92 , 127
Bauhammers, R. 126
Baum, G. 126
Beam, L. 18 , 58
Beckwith, B. 46 , 75 , 79 , 94 , 104
Berlet, C. 73
bio-terrorism 113 , 115 , 121 , 126-7 , 130
see also weapons of mass destruction
Black Liberation Army (BLA) 55 , 59 , 61 , 67 , 91-2 , 94 , 102
black nationalism 29
black terrorism 17 , 63 , 99 , 101-2 ;
black support for militant groups 29 ;
and city politics 30-2
Black Muslims 29-30 , 51 , 54-5 , 59 , 61 , 72-3 , 83
see also Nation of Islam
Black Panthers 17 , 29-30 , 51 , 54-5 , 61 , 63 , 66 , 72-3 , 83-5 , 90 , 94 , 98 , 102-3
Blanshard and Prewitt 39-40 , 73 , 76

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables viii
  • Illustrations x
  • Series Editors’ Preface xi
  • Preface xvi
  • 1 - The Latest Atrocity 1
  • 2 - Before September 11 12
  • 3 - The Political Context of American Terrorism 23
  • Notes 51
  • 4 - The Organizational Dynamics of Terrorism 53
  • 5 - The Terrorists 69
  • 6 - Dealing with Terrorists 82
  • 7 - Impacts and Consequences 106
  • 8 - The Future of American Terrorism 119
  • Appendix 134
  • Bibliography 138
  • Index 149
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