The Challenges Posed and Responses to Terrorism by the United States

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The Challenges Posed and Responses to Terrorism by the United States
Poor intelligence gathering and clumsy responses to evil
Introduction
There is no question that America was badly shaken by September 11, 2001; the brutal attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center ensured that. Eight years later, the imagery from that day remains – as does a debate that began almost immediately after the terrorist strikes. Specifically, America has become divided along pro and con lines concerning the war on terrorism, with some wondering why we are sending troops into Afghanistan without adequately examining the other tools (social and diplomatic and humanitarian) at our disposal. At the same time, many Americans are asking questions about what is...
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