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(p. 143) The Public Figure Assassin as Terrorist 

(p. 143) The Public Figure Assassin as Terrorist
(p. 143) The Public Figure Assassin as Terrorist

James Biesterfeld

and J. Reid Meloy

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date: 22 July 2019

This chapter discusses the public figures assassin as a terrorist, and offers a counterpoint to the emphasis on other motivations and the predominance of mentally ill individuals that characterizes much of the contemporary research in this area.

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