America's Slide into Domestic Terrorism: A technology Monogram for Law Enforcement

America's Slide into Domestic Terrorism: A technology Monogram for Law Enforcement

by BSEE MSSM James C. Lyman BSAE

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Overview

This volume explains to American law enforcement the particulars of why we face a serious threat of domestic terrorism, consequently serving as a foundation for the other monograms in this series dealing with insurrection and revolution. It addresses the question of who will be the real terrorist threat to America in the future? The profile of a concerted terrorist or insurrectionist is young (under 30) and having a sense of nothing to lose. The question is what can cause American youth to have a sense of nothing to lose? There are three basic forces now at work within America, which can come together and interact to leave young people with just such a sense of nothing to lose.

This monogram covers these three basic forces; 1) the high cost for keeping each individual in a high technology society; 2) the alienation of people who fail to advance technologically and 3) the displacement of people (their jobs) by technology. To better understand the interaction of these forces toward war, the reader is introduced to the basic theory of war. Finally, the environment in which these three forces are coming together is explored with respect to domestic terrorism and insurrection movements.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452842455
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/28/2010
Pages: 180
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Mr. Lyman is a graduate engineer with degrees in aerospace and electrical engineering, plus

systems design, with over thirty-five years of design experience. Originally starting his

career as an armament systems engineer, he has done design work on radar fuzes for nuclear

weapons, computer development (circuits) and custom designed instruments. For the last

twenty years he has been involved in new product development of police and security

products, with extensive experience using microprocessor circuits. Presently, he is

involved in designing training aids and e-learning systems for police bomb technicians, and

writing technology monograms for law enforcement.

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