Terrorism in Context

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Martha Crenshaw
Penn State Press, Nov 1, 2010 - Political Science
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BHINDRAWALE was a great great leader in our history/ why you guys calling them TERRORIST/ even though he waked the sikh religion in 1978 when 13 sikhs were killed by punjab-GOVERMENT
the data below
about sikhs in punjab is wrong---- there are 80 percents are sikhs rest 20 is anti sikhs or hindus
the killing data is also wrong about 1984----more than 30000 sikhs were killed and about 5000 govt mens were dead----it was in blue star operation
martha your book is surprising me calling him a terrorism even though he was not ------it was gov't who was being terriosim
 

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It is a great book

Contents

Thoughts on Relating Terrorism to Historical Contexts
4
The Intellectual Origins of Modern Terrorism in Europe
28
Russian Revolutionary Terrorism
64
LeftWing Terrorism in Italy
106
West German LeftWing Terrorism
161
Political Violence in Argentina Guerrillas Terrorists and Carapintadas
212
The Revolutionary Terrorism of Perus Shining Path
250
The Culture of Paramilitarism in Ireland
312
Political Violence and Terrorism in India The Crisis of Identity
353
Political Violence in a Democratic State Basque Terrorism in Spain
411
The Effectiveness of Terrorism in the Algerian War
474
Terrorism in the ArabIsraeli Conflict Targets and Audiences
515
Terrorism and Politics in Iran
554
Terrorism in the Context of Academic Research
598
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The Terrorism Reader
David J. Whittaker
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