Terrorism, 1st Edition

  • Patricia D. Netzley
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  • ISBN-10: 073774622X
  • ISBN-13: 9780737746228
  • DDC: 363.32503
  • Grade Level Range: 10th Grade - 12th Grade +
  • 365 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released March 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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  • Extensive book and periodical bibliographies and a list of organizations to contact are also included.
  • A comprehensive bibliography offers further avenues for research.


"Although not intended as an exhaustive resource on terrorism, the work is certainly thorough. The text is easy to read and largely jargon-free; acronyms are explained or defined within the text so that readers do not have to go to a glossary. Ideal for high school students working on their social studies projects and for first-year collect and university history students as a quick reference; recommended for high school and community college libraries as well as for all public libraries." --Library Journal, August 15, 2007

— Library Journal

"This is a very comprehensive volume. It covers terrorism from all angles: organizations, specific events, places, and specific people. Using this resource will give students a place to get started and offer an idea from which students can gather more information." --Library Media Connection, November/December 2007

— Library Media Connection