As groups prepare to memorialize the sixth anniversary of 9/11, Americans seem to have forgotten that terrorism has long had a prominent role in American history. Geoffrey Blainey describes American anarchists and assassins in the 1900s who were the equivalent of modern suicide bombers.1 Blainey re- minds us that terrorism killed an American president (William McKinley) in 1901, a hundred years before 9/11.
Naval War College Review: Vol. 60
, Article 5.
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