America’s culture of terrorism: violence, capitalism and the written words
Author: Jeffory A. Clymer
This book examines terrorist incidents in America since the 1880s. The author seeks to present the idea that only the terrorist act of 9/11 remains in the historical memory of the United States people, and even the terrorist act of the World Trade Center bombing in 1995 has been erased from memory. This is because of the view that the American media has had on terrorist incidents. While the history of terrorist acts in America shows the existence of a trend of not tolerating the opinions of others and resorting to violence to achieve their goals in the opinion of some currents in America.