Citations with the tag: TERRORISM -- United States
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- In Wake Of Attack, Will Overseas Publishers Be More Likely To Buy American?
Holt, Karen Jenkins // Book Publishing Report; 10/8/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 40, p4
Reports the impact of the terrorist attacks in the United States on the overseas demand of books. Remarks of publishers; Improvement of American books; Details on books published.
- THE CONGRESS BLOG On Terror and Interrogation.
Holt, Karen Jenkins // Hill; 1/16/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p32
A blog related to terrorism and interrogation of terrorists in the U.S. is discussed.
- The Commodity Curse.
Walker, Lewis J. // On Wall Street; Mar2002, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p87
Comments on the issues related to democracy and terrorism in the U.S. Definition of terrorism; Classification of groups employing terrorism; Importance of terrorism bill for democracy and economics.
- Be sensitive to America's pain.
Pereira, Paul // Finance Week; 9/28/2001, p76
Focuses on the global advertisement recession attributed to terrorist bombings in the United States. Cancellation of television advertisements by Pepsi Inc.; Postponement of the launching of Sega products; Announcement of advertising agencies on the advertisement designs of corporate products.
- When disaster hits.
Pereira, Paul // AHA News; 9/24/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 38, p6
Editorial. Emphasizes the significance of hospital readiness as a central topic among government leaders in the United States (U.S.) following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the country. Reinvestment needed for health care infrastructure; Shortage of workers in U.S. hospitals.
- Financials Could Sour Airport Growth.
Croft, John; Ott, James // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 10/22/2001, Vol. 155 Issue 17, p59
Reports on the financial status of major airports in the United States after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Reasons for the decrease of credit ratings in several airports; Effects of the downgraded credit ratings to airport operators; Imposition of federal mandates on airports.
- Bomb plot outlined.
Croft, John; Ott, James // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 12/18/95-12/25/95, Vol. 143 Issue 25, p99
Reports that law enforcement officials in the United States have discovered a plot by three terrorists to blow up a number of passenger transports simultaneously over the Pacific. Names of the terrorists; Components of the bomb plot.
- Terrorist bungling blamed for foiled airborne murder plot.
Mann, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 9/16/96, Vol. 145 Issue 12, p39
No abstract available.
- Tragedy of today taints tomorrow's joy.
McIntyre, Kathryn J. // Business Insurance; 9/17/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 38, p21
Comments of the author on the tragedy confronting the United States. Concern for the mental well-being of the survivors; Psychological effects of the horror; Sympathy to the victims of the attack.
- Reinsurers respond to Sept. 11 crisis.
Aldred, Carolyn; Zolkos, Rodd // Business Insurance; 11/5/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 45, p10
Reports the response of the reinsurance industry to terrorist attacks in the United States. Plans to increase profits and implement system transparency; Possibility of altering reinsurance contracts; Increase in property and aviation accounts.
- Be Prepared.
Dorn, Jonathan // Backpacker; Sep2002, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p11
Reflects on missing the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. while hiking into the Chicago Basin in Illinois.
- 'Be patriotic and spend' message ringing hollow.
Dorn, Jonathan // Crain's Chicago Business; 10/1/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 40, p10
Focuses on the patriotic practices during the terrorist attacks in the United States. Misinterpretations of patriotism; Impact of spending and stock buying on the finances during the national crisis; Responses of the consumers and investors towards the crisis.
- Insurance pool will help biz manage terrorist risk.
Dorn, Jonathan // Crain's Chicago Business; 10/15/2001, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p10
Comments on the efforts of the insurance industry to develop a federally backed reinsurance fund against terrorism in the United States. Establishment of a special financial pool; Ability of insuring companies and other vital assets; Assistance to customers premium costs.
- A Message from the President.
Popkin, Rodger M. // Camping Magazine; Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 74 Issue 6, Special section p1
Focuses on the importance of camp experiences in responding to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States.
- Militia membership remains strong despite terrorist acts.
Knickerbocker, Brad // Christian Science Monitor; 4/9/97, Vol. 89 Issue 93, p1
Presents information on the growth of militia organizations in the United States. Citing the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building; Comments from Chip Berlet of Political Research Associates; Mention of a letter sent to federal judge J. Phil Gilbert, warning him of potential danger...
- Terrorism in America by Americans.
Schorr, Daniel // Christian Science Monitor; 6/20/97, Vol. 89 Issue 144, p19
Presents information on terrorism in the United States. Reference to the penalty hearings of accused bomber Timothy McVeigh; Claims of the lawyers of McVeigh; Experience of America with native terrorism.
- Michael Walzer Replies.
Schorr, Daniel // Dissent (00123846); Winter2002, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p16
Presents a reply of Michael Walzer on religious totalitarianism and terrorism in the United States. Problem on Israeli's wickedness; Reasons of the US in pressing Israelis and Palestinians toward a compromise settlement; Recognition of Arab on Jewish sovereignty.
- Halloween can give consumers, retailers a reason to celebrate.
Eder, Rob // Drug Store News; 11/5/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p8
Focuses on the celebration of Halloween 2001 in the United States. Influence of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the country on Halloween sales; Estimates of the National Retail Federation of Halloween sales in 2001; Psychological importance of celebrating Halloween 2001.
- The Lethal Triad.
Gilmartin, Kevin M. // FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin; Sep96, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p1
Describes the nature of domestic isolationist or terrorist groups in the United States by focusing on the three social-psychological components that interact to nurture a given group's beliefs and behaviors, called the Lethal Triad. Dynamics of domestic terrorist groups; Isolation; Projection;...
- TRADE SHOW SHAKEUP.
Posnock, Susan Thea // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 10/1/2001, Vol. 30 Issue 13, p22
Reports the effects of the September 11 terrorist attacks to the trade shows in the United States. Rescheduling of trade show Internet World; Schedule of the American Magazine Conference; Postponement of the Cygnus construction equipment show EDX and the Damage Prevention Convention and Exposition.
- Industry leaders plot recovery strategy.
Walsh, John P. // Hotel & Motel Management; 10/15/2001, Vol. 216 Issue 18, p1
Reports on the struggles of the hotel industry following the terrorist attacks in the United States. Impact of a prolonged war against terrorism on the hotel industry; Effects of the reduction of room rates on the industry; Description of marketing as the key to help hotels recover.
- New tools for new police role.
Waxman, Lionel // Inside Tucson Business; 6/3/2002, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p5
Focuses on tools used by the U.S. police in performance post the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Purpose of the facial recognition technology; Change in the role of the police.
- The incredible shrinking sensor.
Wilson, J.R. // Military & Aerospace Electronics; Mar2002, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p22
Reports on the technological innovations of sensors in the U.S. Advances in microcircuitry; Attempts to apply sensors in reconnaissance, surveillance and counter-terrorism; Barriers to the development of micro-miniature sensors.
- The war on terrorism: We are the Western front.
McNulty, Ian // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 11/5/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 20, p17
Provides a personal reflection of the author concerning the response of the nation on the war against terrorism in the United States. Preparedness of the American military planners to fight a war on two fronts; Responsibility of the civilians to depend the American psyche; Celebration of life...
- No humor? That's a shame, now that we need it most.
Cebrzynski, Gregg // Nation's Restaurant News; 10/1/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 40, p20
No abstract available.
- Survey: Terrorism not deterrent to eating out.
Cebrzynski, Gregg // Nation's Restaurant News; 10/22/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 43, p3
No abstract available.
- Anti-terror web snags unwary operators.
Martin, Richard // Nation's Restaurant News; 9/30/2002, Vol. 36 Issue 39, p1
Reports on the linkage of restaurants to anti-terrorist actions in the U.S. Restaurants alleged with terrorism involvement; Anti-terrorist policies; Implications for national security.
- Where Are We?
Romeo, Peter // Restaurant Business; 11/1/2001, Vol. 100 Issue 21, p4
Editorial. Comments on the effects of terrorist attacks on the restaurant industry in the United States. Recessions in the industry; Participation on rescue mission; Reinstatement on full tax deductibility of expense-account meals.
- Fighting terrorism.
Romeo, Peter // State Government News; Feb2000, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p32
Reports that state, local and federal government officials in the United States are focusing on the issues of domestic terrorism. Conference of safety and health officials in Atlanta, Georgia to discuss the terrorism threat in the region; Sponsors of the conference.
- A LEGACY OF HOPE.
Robison, Patti // Swim Magazine; Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p21
Profiles several swimmers and United States Masters Swimming members who were casualties of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.
- A Year to Conquer Fear.
Robison, Patti // U+S+ Kids; Sep2002, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p31
Focuses on artwork made by children in the U.S. in relation to the first anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the country.
- Back to Business.
Robison, Patti // Catalog Age; Nov2001, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p1
Focuses on the impact of the Sept. 11 attack on the marketing sales of catalog business in the United States. Reduction in sales at Originals Casualwear; Decline in sales of home and fitness products; Postponement on the delivery of catalogs. INSETS: Business As Usual.;Laying Off on...
Robison, Patti // Nursing Economic$; Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p249
Editorial. Comments on the response of hospitals and communities to the terrorist attacks in the U.S. Assessment of physical security on facilities; Operation of health care institutions on information system for physician credentialing; Infusion of hazardous materials.
- Reducing the Potential for Terrorism.
Robison, Patti // Welding Design & Fabrication; Nov2001, Vol. 74 Issue 11, p17
Focuses on the reduction of potentials for international terrorism in the United States. Attention given to terroristic activities by public officials and law enforcement professionals; Description of the cylinder found in the 1993 explosion at the World Trade Center; Definition of terrorism.
- 'Deal with it'
Heine, Max // Commercial Carrier Journal; Jul2002, Vol. 159 Issue 7, p43
Focuses on the role of the trucking industry in fighting against terrorism in the U.S. Details on steps taken to ensure safety; Message of marine Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North at the Randall Trucking Symposium; Controversy related to the anti-terrorism campaign.
- The War on Terror feeding frenzy.
Lustick, Ian S. // Hill; 4/23/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 45, p28
The article reflects on the vast discrepancy between the terrorist threat facing America and the scale of the people's response.
- What Will You Remember?
Jancsurak, Joe // Appliance Manufacturer; Nov2001, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p5
Editorial. Recounts a personal experience related to the terrorist attack on the United States on September 11, 2001. Social changes caused by the terrorist attack; Memories of the event.
- Rising to the Challenge.
Jancsurak, Joe // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition; 10/8/2001, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p2
Reports that citizens of the United States fight terrorism by returning to work and school a few days after the attack on September 11, 2001.
Hoffman, Bruce // World Policy Journal; Spring97, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p97
Presents the author's response to claims made by editor Caleb Carr regarding terrorism in the United States and Carr's response to criticisms made by the author. Author's claim regarding the imprecise definition of terrorism by Carr; Carr's assertion that the author mischaracterized his...
- Age of anonymous terrorism makes policing more difficult.
Marquand, Robert // Christian Science Monitor; 7/29/97, Vol. 88 Issue 170, p1
Reports on terrorism in the United States. Perpetrators of the crimes; Incidents of terrorism at the World Trade Center in Oklahoma City and the TWA Flight 800; Rise of `rage terrorism' in Atlanta.
- AN UNWITNESSED WAR?
Marquand, Robert // Editor & Publisher; 10/1/2001, Vol. 134 Issue 38, p8
Editorial. Comments on the importance of the press and its duty in informing the public on the war of the United States against terrorism. Statement of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld; Secrecy and silence tactics of the government; Recognition of the importance of media by the people.
- A NATION'S NEW ALERTNESS.
Marquand, Robert // Christian Science Monitor; 9/24/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 210, p8
Discusses the Office of Homeland Security in the United States, and the idea that Americans must become attentive to potential terrorist threats.
- Ordinary jobs, transformed by terror.
Bruinius, Harry; Stern, Seth; Bures, Frank // Christian Science Monitor; 11/2/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 238, p3
No abstract available.
- Guarding against another Oklahoma City.
Terrazas, Michael // American City & County; Jun95, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p50
Makes recommendations on how to guard against terrorist violence to avoid a repetition of the bombing incident in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Loss of innocence for America by bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building; Use of bombs to settle grievances mostly at the municipal levels; Identification...
- Agencies, Clients Looking To Keep More Prodn. In U.S.
Goldrich, Robert // SHOOT; 10/12/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 41, p1
No abstract available.
- A New View.
Levy, Beth // SHOOT; 10/12/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 41, p4
No abstract available.
- WORDS ON PLAY.
Weiskott, Maria // Playthings; Oct2001, Vol. 99 Issue 10, p4
Focuses on the toy industry in the United States. Implication of the US terrorist attack on the industry; Importance of play on the child development; Impact of toys and play on children; .
- Torching Terrorism's Financial Fuel.
Elvin, John // Insight on the News; 12/17/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 47, p34
Deals with the report of the Americans for Tax Reform regarding the decision of the U.S. government to freeze the financial assets of various terrorist organizations. Increase in membership of a coalition supporting the financial war on terrorism; Establishment of the Foreign Terrorist Asset...
- Home-grown terror.
Jenkins, Philip // American Heritage; Sep95, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p38
Examines the terrorist tradition in the United States. Plan of right-wing militia to wage guerilla warfare in 1940; Attacks by anarchists and labor militants; Engagement in street violence.
- New Home Buyer Traffic Is Off 20%.
Jenkins, Philip // National Mortgage News; 10/22/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p2
Reports on the effect of the terrorist attacks in housing industry in the United States. Percentage rate of decline; Factors that contributes to the changes; Changes after the attack.