Minding the store

Matthews, Ryan
August 2005
Progressive Grocer;8/1/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 11, p90
Trade Publication
Discusses the need for considering the bombings in London, England on July 7, 2005 as a reminder of the absence of safe harbors in a global war against terrorism. Views on terrorists; Inability of terrorism to recognize social conventions or the rules of geopolitical etiquette; Significance of being aware of possible terrorist attacks.


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