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Good essay on the effects of terrorism on the economics of America - The Problem Terrorism in the world Terrorism which has been around for as long as people can remember has been on the rise for the past ten years Terrorists use murder kidnapping hijacking and bombings to almost always achieve a political purpose These radicals are not just subject to the United States terrorism is all over the world in every way shape and form There are many different types of terrorism for many different purposes The primary reason for terrorist acts are to force a change in their nations government If terrorists are not satisfied with there governments political positions they may end up taking the matters into there own hands Another reason for terrorist acts are because of hate towards a race nationality or religion For example in 1972 the Palestine Liberation Organization invaded Israeli dorms in the Munich Olympics and held the Israeli athletes hostage until Israel would agree to release Palestinian terrorists that were captured in Israel When Israel refused to comply with the terrorists demands they blew up two helicopters which held the Israeli athletes killing the whole team This was one of the many cruel types of terrorism In recent years terrorism seems to be at a new high and attacks are more violent than in the past With terrorism being so secretive and having no forewarning it has been a real problem to deal with The governments of many countries have tried to stop these cowardly acts but they just seem to be on the rise I have a few ideas that might work Solution Since there are no fool-proof ways to predict when a terrorist will strike next there can really be no complete answer to this problem Even though there is no way to
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