The four-volume Lucent Terrorism Library examines the wrenching events of September 11, 2001 as well as the history and personalities behind terrorist acts committed in the United States and elsewhere in the world.
Each volume in the set uses a variety of primary and secondary source quotes to enliven the narrative. The set includes a companion primary source anthology that contains numerous first-person accounts from witnesses at the scene; from the American government and public; and from political leaders and commentators abroad. All books feature annotated bibliographies, maps, and photographs. This set serves as an excellent resource for research projects and class discussion.
"This set of titles is a good source of information about the horrifying and heroic events of September 11, 2001. Detailed factual information in understandable language explains the complicated goals that motivated the 9/11 terrorist attacks, while personal accounts touch readers' emotions... Readers who want a full picture of these world-altering events, as well as those who just need a concise reference for class assignments, would find these volumes useful."
-- Library Media Connection (January 2003)
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|Lucent Terrorism Library The History of Terrorism. ISBN 9781590182062|
|Lucent Terrorism Library The Iraqi Prison Abuse Scandal. ISBN 9781590187692|
|Lucent Terrorism Library The London Transit System Bombings. ISBN 9781590189337|
|Lucent Terrorism Library The Patriot Act. ISBN 9781590187746|
|Lucent Terrorism Library Suicide Bombers. ISBN 9781590187487|