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What is Terrorism? by William L. Eubank, Leonard B. Weinberg


What is Terrorism? by William L. Eubank, Leonard B. Weinberg

Take an in-depth look at the history of terrorism throughout the world with this unique new series. Series editor Leonard Weinberg believes that looking at the history of terrorism gives a glimpse into the future. With both historical and contemporary coverage of this complex subject, this series will appeal to upper middle school and high school students. Also, this series has a strong tie in with the Global Connections portion of national curriculum standards for social studies and will also complement current events studies. Meets high school social studies standards.

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Publication date

15th November 2006


William L. Eubank, Leonard B. Weinberg

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Chelsea House Publishers


120 pages


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