Do you believe the response the United States has taken since September 11, 2001 goes far enough to
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What is profiling? Is it effective? Is it constitutional?  
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What are three reasons law enforcement should do more to embrace cooperation with private security o
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What is Operation TIPS? Is this a relevant use of governmental resources? Why or why not?  
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What is the JTTF? What is the difference between it and the ATTF?  
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What is the difference between the ELF and ALF? What are the goals of each organization?  
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What was the first biological terrorist attack in the United States? Describe what occurred.  
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What is your personal assessment of 10 of the top 100 terrorist targets in the United States? Which
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What are the differences between Sunnis and Shiites? Explain.  
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What are the differences between religious and political terrorists?
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What is ideological terrorism? How do ideology and state-sponsored terrorism work together?
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What are three differences between terrorists and common criminals?  
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What role does the media play regarding who is deemed a terrorist
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What are three purposes and objectives of domestic and international terrorism?  
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Week 1 English Politics and Political Traditions. Americans often imagine that their political ins
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Final Paper From the time the Constitution was ratified, Americans have disagreed over its meaning
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Expansion of Executive Power. Classical republican philosophy warned against the expansion of execut
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Conservative Constitutionalism. Historians sometimes speak of the “Reagan Revolution” that occurred
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The Bill of Rights. After the Preamble, The Bill of Rights is probably the most famous section of th
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The New Deal. Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal greatly expanded the federal government’s role in the co
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