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The Body of Terrorism PowerPoints 14

The Body of Terrorism PowerPoints 14

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The Structure and Study of The Structure and Study of Domestic TerrorismDomestic Terrorism
Chapter 14Chapter 14
Prepared by: Babette ProtzPrepared by: Babette Protz
 
Examining the History of DomesticExamining the History of DomesticTerrorismTerrorism
Gurr argues that terrorism is a tactic used by theGurr argues that terrorism is a tactic used by theweak to intimidate the strong and in turn used by theweak to intimidate the strong and in turn used by thestrong to repress the weakstrong to repress the weak
 Terrorism in the 19 Terrorism in the 19
thth
century was primarily aimed atcentury was primarily aimed atprotecting the status quo and economic environmentprotecting the status quo and economic environment
Labor movement of the late 19Labor movement of the late 19
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century was filledcentury was filledwith violencewith violence
Frontier had its own form of violenceFrontier had its own form of violence
Settlers developed their own brand of justiceSettlers developed their own brand of justice
Character of domestic terrorism began to change inCharacter of domestic terrorism began to change inthe 1960sthe 1960s
Rooted in radical politics, nationalism, and the internationalRooted in radical politics, nationalism, and the internationalcommunity’s experience with terrorismcommunity’s experience with terrorism
Domestic terrorism defined as a radical phenomenonDomestic terrorism defined as a radical phenomenon
 
Examining the History of DomesticExamining the History of DomesticTerrorismTerrorism
Bell & Gurr – Political revolutionary groupsBell & Gurr – Political revolutionary groupsand nationalistic groups in the U.S. took theirand nationalistic groups in the U.S. took theirideas from terrorists in the Middle East andideas from terrorists in the Middle East andAsiaAsia
U.S. terrorist groups did not have the sameU.S. terrorist groups did not have the sameimpact as their foreign counterpartsimpact as their foreign counterparts
American public rejected the violence of American public rejected the violence of revolutionary groupsrevolutionary groups
Popularity never fully achievedPopularity never fully achieved
Ended up as small bands of social misfits with littleEnded up as small bands of social misfits with littleeffect on the political systemeffect on the political system

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