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9/11 and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq


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The events of September 11, 2001, did more than set off the war on terror. Passionate support for-and opposition to-military intervention abroad, soaring budget deficits, expansion of domestic surveillance and policing, renewed debate regarding a military draft, and shifts in attitudes regarding immigration are just a few of the changes in American culture after the terrorist attacks.

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Tom Lansford is academic dean and a professor of political science at the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast, Long Beach, MS.


"The volume's strength is its tying together of various events, discussed in essays that are presented in chronological order. . . . In general, this is a fine companion to Spencer C. Tucker's more general Encyclopedia of Middle East Wars (ABC-CLIO, 2010). . . . Appropriate for high school, academic, and public library reference and circulating collections." - Library Journal
"The narrative is longer and more in-depth than those found in most reference works. It is also reasonably objective and unbiased-very important for such a controversial subject." - Choice

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