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Terrorism In The US Section 1- Nave Hypothesis Terrorism is a crime usually committed by one government against another government in which they commit violent acts or use the threat of violence to create fear into its opposing government and the people that live by it However terrorism does take place where a nations own member of society tries to seek revenge on its own government and the people of its society One example of this in the US is the Oklahoma City bombing by Timothy McVeigh Terrorism not only has a harmful impact on its direct victims and government but it also has a harmful impact on all of society as well Governments engage in the acts of terrorism because they are upset with the way an opposing government is being run and they want to do something to try and change that Terrorism has to stop not only in the United States but everywhere worldwide It has to take place in a process of precautious steps for not only does it affect me it also affects the entire world To put an end to terrorism we must go to war This war on terrorism is going to take a while and the American people must be patient Although many people are left without answers it is believable that some how some day this will be straightened out Unity was the result that America has shown to the world in dealing with the tragedy of the bombings in New York on 91101 therefore in dealing with all of the heart shed tears we as Americans now realize that through patriotism we can prevail Section 2-Does Research Support Me Over the past Century terrorism has evolved from random killings to massive plans for terrorist groups To understand terrorism you must first describe it There have been many different definitions of terrorism with the most common being the violent acts or the use of threat of
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