After the Next 9/11
The September 11, 2001 attacks on the U.S. homeland produced the most sweeping reorganization of the American security culture in history. The fear that arose following the attacks was matched by concerns that the United States was ill-prepared to prevent or adequately respond to determined terrorists. Homeland security became a part of everyday life and culture because of 9-11. Although some degree of terrorist violence is likely to occur domestically, the possibility of another catastrophic attack leaves open the question of what impact such an event would have on society.
How serious is the threat of catastrophic terrorism? How would a catastrophic terrorist attack affect American homeland security culture?
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