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(p. 81) Terrorism and the Media 

(p. 81) Terrorism and the Media
(p. 81) Terrorism and the Media

Joel N. Shurkin

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date: 17 April 2021

Chapter 6 discusses the relationship between terrorism and the media, and explores incidents including Three Mile Island and the precedent of reporting the threat of disaster, and anthrax and the media as the target.

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