Terrorist Attacks on American Soil: From the Civil War Era to the Presentby J. Michael Martinez
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Understanding the context of terrorism requires a trek through history, in this case the history of terrorist activity in the United States since the Civil War. Because the topic is large and complex, Terrorists Attacks on American Soil: From the Civil War to the Present does not claim to be an exhaustive history of terrorism or the definitive account of how and why terrorists do what they do. Instead, this book takes a representative sampling of the most horrific terrorist attacks on U.S. soil in an effort to understand the context in which they occurred and the lessons that can be learned from these events.
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J. Michael Martinez is an attorney and author of numerous articles and five books, including Coming for to Carry Me Home: Race in America from Abolitionism to Jim Crow.
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