Encyclopedia of Terrorism
Sage Publications, 2002
Harvey W. Kushner
Encyclopedia of Terrorism is an important and invaluable reference book presenting authoritative, comprehensive, and up-to-date global coverage of the who, what, where, when, how, and why of terrorism. Key features of the Encyclopedia include more than 300 authoritative, in-depth articles, extensive, balanced coverage of terrorist groups; key events (including September 11); people, terms and statistics; and biographical, historical, and geographical information.
Library Journal 2002 Outstanding Reference Source
RUSA 2003 Outstanding Reference Source
Booklist Editor's Choice Best of 2003
"It is rare to find a reference volume both as timely and as well done as this effort....this book is a must for every library." - ALA's Reference User and Services Quarterly
"The most comprehensive and up-to-date work available on this subject...Essential for all academic and larger public libraries." - Library Journal
"Kushner has gathered the type of information for which teen researchers are clamoring: biographies of key individuals, the histories of various terrorist groups both foreign and domestic, and a full discussion of specific incidents. . . . This work is ideal for libraries looking for a one-volume reference on this timely topic." - School Library Journal
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