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Terrorism in America

Summary: Discusses terrorism against the United States. Uses as reference The Oblivious Empire" by Mark Hertsgaard and "The War on Terrorism" comic strip by Joel Andreas. Explores the consequences of the war in Iraq and George Bush's international policies.
Terrorism is the use of violence and intimidation, especially for political purposes. A terrorist is a supporter or participant in terrorism. The attack of September 11 is an example of terrorism. Currently, American troops are at war with Iraq trying to end terrorism, free Iraqi, and obtain world peace. By going to war, is America doing a good thing or is it showing signs of being terrorists and threat to other countries? In "The Oblivious Empire" by Mark Hertsgaard demonstrates how arrogance has shown through Americans and Presidents actions in American foreign policy have reflected irritation and anger in foreigners causing attacks on America. Joel Andreas also criticizes America's President's standing on war through a comic strip "The War on Terrorism" illustrating how war began after the attack of the World Trade Center. Hertsgaard and Andreas both criticized President George W. Bush extremely on his views on war. President...

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