On high alert, US lifting its guard higher

McLaughlin, Abraham; Kiefer, Francine
October 2001
Christian Science Monitor;10/9/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 220, p1
Reports on efforts to increase counterterrorist measures in the United States. Statement that military reserves and police are on high-alert status; Discussion of the role of former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge as chief of the homeland-defense agency; Factors that will contribute to the long-term success of the agency against terrorist activity; How the security measures for the war on terrorism differ from the situation during World War II.


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