Managing Fear: The Politics of Homeland Security
Benjamin H. Friedman argues that the United States has spent excessively on homeland security since September 11. He outlines psychological and political explanations for this overreaction and concludes that these factors make some overreaction to terrorism unavoidable but offers four strategies to mitigate it.
Terror on the Internet: The New Arena, the New Challenges, Gabriel Weimann Reviewed by Benjamin H. Friedman
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