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The war on terrorism : opposing viewpoints

Author: Karen Balkin
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2005.
Series: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book examines arguments concerning the justification for the war on terrorism and debates how the efforts should be carried out.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Balkin
ISBN: 073772336X 9780737723366 0737723378 9780737723373
OCLC Number: 54865201
Description: 206 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: End states who sponsor terrorism / Leonard Peikoff --
War exacerbates terrorism / Independent/UK --
The war on terrorism is really a struggle for oil / Michael T. Klare --
The war on terrorism is not a struggle for oil / Peter Ferrara --
The war on terrorism is being fought to expand U.S. world dominance / Jim Lobe --
The war on terrorism is being fought to foster democracy worldwide / George W. Bush --
The war in Iraq was justified / Dan Darling --
The war in Iraq was not justified / Joseph Cirincione --
The USA PATRIOT Act threatens civil liberties / Kelly Patricia O'Meara --
The USA PATRIOT Act does not threaten civil liberties / Kate O'Beirne --
Racial profiling is a threat to civil liberties / Peter G. Simonson --
Racial profiling is not a threat to civil liberties / Roger Clegg --
Detaining immigrants to prevent future terrorist attacks violates their civil liberties / Anita Ramasastry --
Detaining immigrants to prevent future terrorist attacks does not violate their civil liberties / Bradford A. Berenson, Richard Klingler --
The Department of Homeland Security will make Americans safer / Tom Ridge --
The Department of Homeland Security will not make Americans safer / Ron Paul --
Restricting immigration will make Americans safer / John D. Perazzo --
Restricting immigration will not make Americans safer / Donald Kerwin --
Arming airline pilots will protect U.S. travelers / Kathleen Parker --
Arming airline pilots will not protect U.S. travelers / George Will --
Using face recognition technology will make Americans safer / Joihn D. Woodward Jr. --
Using face recognition technology will not make Americans safer / Philip E. Agre --
The U.S. war on terrorism has caused a decrease in worldwide terrorism / Colin L .Powell --
The U.S. war on terrorism has caused an increase in worldwide terrorism / Georgie Anne Geyer --
The U.S. war on terrorism undermines the Israeli war on terrorism / Andrew Bernstein --
The U.S. war on terrorism supports the Israeli war on terrorism / Impact --
The U.S. war on terrorism has made the United Nations irrelevant / W. James Antle III --
The U.S. war on terrorism has not diminished the relevance of the United Nations / Terrell E. Arnold.
Series Title: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Karen F. Balkin, book editor.
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This book examines arguments concerning the justification for the war on terrorism and debates how the efforts should be carried out.

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