03--Terrorism:  Minds & Methods

Alexander, Yonah, & Charles K. Ebinger, eds.  Political terrorism and energy:  the threat and response.  New York, NY:  Praeger, 1982.  258p.  Including Definitional aspects by John M. Collins;  The mindsets of high-technology terrorists by David Ronfeldt and William Sater;  International network of terrorism by Yonah Alexander;  Supply security of coal and uranium by James Cobbe.  Published in cooperation with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University.

Alexander, Yonah, & Eugene Sochor, eds.  Aerial piracy and aviation security.  Dordrecht;  Boston:  Martinus Nijhoff Publishers;  Norwell, MA:  Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990.  210p.

Alexander, Yonah, & John M. Gleason, ed.  Behavioral and quantitative perspectives on terrorism.  New York:  Pergamon Press, 1981.  396p.

Alexander, Yonah, & Robert A. Kilmarx, eds.  Political terrorism and business:  the threat and response.  Foreword by Ray S. Cline.  New York:  Praeger, 1979.  345p.  Published in cooperation with Georgetown University Center for Strategic and International Studies, and State University of New York Institute for Studies in International Terrorism.

Alexander, Yonah, & Seymour Maxwell Finger, eds.  Terrorism:  interdisciplinary perspectives.  Foreword by Hans J. Morgenthau.  New York:  John Jay Press, 1977.  377p.

Alexander, Yonah, David Carlton & Paul Wilkinson, eds.  Terrorism:  theory and practice.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1979.  280p.  Papers presented at two academic seminars, sponsored by the Institute for Studies in International Terrorism (State University of New York) and held at the Polytechnic of North London in January 1976 and December 1977.

Alexander, Yonah, ed.  International terrorism:  national, regional, and global perspectives.  Foreword by Arthur J. Goldberg.  New York:  Praeger, 1976.  390p.  Published in cooperation with the Ralph Bunche Institute on the United Nations, the City University of New York.

Andryszewski, Tricia.  Terrorism in America.  Minneapolis, MN:  Lerner Publications, 1999. 

Andryszewski, Tricia.  The militia movement in America:  before and after Oklahoma City.  Brookfield, CT:  Millbrook Press, 1997.  126p.  Including the ideologies of anti-government groups, and the tragedies at Ruby Ridge, Waco, and Oklahoma City.

Ansari, Mas`ud.  International terrorism:  its causes and how to control it.  Washington, D.C.:  Mas-Press, 1988.  272p.

Antokol, Norman.  No one a neutral:  political hostage-taking in the modern world.  Medina, OH:  Alpha Publications of Ohio, 1990.  248p.

Anzovin, Steven, ed.  Terrorism.  New York:  H.W. Wilson, 1986.  192p.

Arnold, Terrell E.  The violence formula:  why people lend sympathy and support to terrorism.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1988.  202p.

Arnold, Terrell E., & Moorhead Kennedy.  Think about terrorism:  the new warfare.  New York City, NY:  Walker and Co., 1988.  153p.

Aston, Clive C.  A contemporary crisis:  political hostage-taking and the experience of Western Europe.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1982.  217p.

Bass, Gail V., & Brian Michael Jenkins.  A review of recent trends in international terrorism and nuclear incidents abroad.  Prepared for the Sandia National Laboratories.  Santa Monica, CA.:  Rand, 1983.  73p.

Bean, Harold G.  Diplomats and terrorists II:  overseas security--our people are the key.  Foreword by Ronald I. Spiers.  Washington, DC:  Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, E.A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1987.  89p.

Bell, J. Bowyer.  A time of terror:  how democratic societies respond to revolutionary violence.  New York:  Basic Books, 1978.  Columbia University, Institute of War and Peace Studies.  292p.

Bell, J. Bowyer.  The dynamics of the armed struggle.  London;  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 1998.  287p.

Bell, J. Bowyer.  Transnational terror.  Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1975.  91p.

Beres, Louis René.  Terrorism and global security:  the nuclear threat.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1979.  161p.  1987, 156p.

Blakesley, Christopher L.  Terrorism, drugs, international law, and the protection of human liberty:  a comparative study of international law, its nature, role, and impact in matters of terrorism, drug trafficking, war, and extradition.  Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY:  Transnational Publishers, 1992.  349p.

Buckley, Alan D., Daniel D. Olson & Stephen Sloan, eds.  International terrorism:  current research and future directions.  Wayne, NJ:  Avery Pub. Group, 1980.  113p.  First published by the Journal of international affairs, volume 32/number 1.

Buckwalter, Jane Rae, ed.  International terrorism:  the decade ahead.  Chicago, IL:  Office of International Criminal Justice, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1989.  137p.

Burton, Anthony Miles.  Revolutionary violence:  the theories.  London:  Cooper, 1977.  147p.

Burton, Anthony Miles.  Urban terrorism:  theory, practice & response.  London:  L. Cooper, 1975.  259p.

Bushnell, P. Timothy, et al.  State organized terror:  the case of violent internal repression.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1991.  312p.

Chaliand, Gérard.  Terrorism:  from popular struggle to media spectacle.  London;  Atlantic Highlands, NJ:  Saqi Books, 1987.  139p.

Chapman, Robert D., & M. Lester Chapman.  The crimson web of terror.  Boulder, CO:  Paladin Press, 1980.  155p.

Charters, David A., ed.  The deadly sin of terrorism:  its effect on democracy and civil liberty in six countries.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1994.  246p.  Published under the auspices of the Centre for Conflict Studies, University of New Brunswick.

Cherniavskii, Vitalii, ed.  The CIA in the dock:  Soviet journalists on international terrorism.  Translated from the Russian by Cynthia Carlile.  Moscow:  Progress Publishers, 1983.  175p.

Chomsky, Noam.  Pirates & emperors:  international terrorism in the real world.  Montréal;  New York, NY:  Black Rose Books, 1991.  206p.

Cline, Ray S., & Yonah Alexander.  Terrorism:  the Soviet connection.  New York:  Crane Russak, 1984.  162p.

Clutterbuck, Richard L.  Guerrillas and terrorists.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1977.  Chicago:  Ohio University Press, 1980, 125p.

Clutterbuck, Richard L.  Living with terrorism.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1975.  160p.

Clutterbuck, Richard L.  Terrorism and guerrilla warfare:  forecasts and remedies.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1990.  235p.

Clutterbuck, Richard L.  Terrorism in an unstable world.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1994.  235p.

Coker, Christopher.  Terrorism and civil strife.  Edited by John Pimlott.  New York:  F. Watts, 1987.  62p.

Coker, Christopher.  Terrorism.  Illustrated by Ron Hayward Associates.  New York:  Gloucester Press, 1986.  32p.

Combs, Cindy C.  Terrorism in the twenty-first century.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 1997 & 1999.  243p. 

Connor, Michael.  Terrorism, its goals, its targets, its methods:  the solutions.  Boulder, CO:  Paladin Press, 1987.  259p.

Cooley, John K.  Unholy wars:  Afghanistan, America, and international terrorism.  Sterling, VA:  Pluto Press, 1999. 

Cordes, Bonnie, et al.  Trends in international terrorism, 1982 and 1983.  Prepared for Sandia National Laboratories.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand, 1984.  54p.

Courtois, Stéphane, ed.  The black book of communism:  crimes, terror, repression.  Translated by Jonathan Murphy and Mark Kramer;  consulting editor, Mark Kramer.  Cambridge, MA;  London, England:  Harvard University Press, 1999.  858p.

Crenshaw, Martha, & John Pimlott, eds.  Encyclopedia of world terrorism. Armonk, NY:  Sharpe Reference, 1997.  3 volumes.  768p.

Crenshaw, Martha.  Terrorism and international cooperation.  New York:  Institute for East-West Security Studies;  Boulder, CO:  Distributed by Westview Press, 1989.  91p.

Cunningham, William Clay, & Philip J. Gross, eds.  Prevention of terrorism:  security guidelines for business and other organizations.  McLean, VA:  Hallcrest Press, 1978.  70p.

Dallin, Alexander, & George W. Breslauer.  Political terror in communist systems.  Stanford, CA:  Stanford University Press, 1970.  172p.  This study grew out of the Workshop on the Comparative Study of Communism, sponsored by the Planning Committee for Comparative Communist Studies of the American Council of Learned Societies held in 1968 at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.

Daly, John Charles, & Yonah Alexander, et al.  Terrorism, what should be our response?  Conferenceheld on November 10, 1981 and sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington and London.  Washington:  AEI, 1982.  25p.

Demaris, Ovid.  Brothers in blood:  the international terrorist network.  New York:  Scribner, 1977.  441p.

Der Derian, James.  Antidiplomacy:  spies, terror, speed, and war.  Cambridge, MA:  Blackwell, 1992.  215p.

Dewar, Hugo.  Assassins at large:  being a fully documented and hitherto unpublised account of the executions outside Russia ordered by the GPU.  Westport, CT:  Hyperion Press, 1981.  203p.

Dobson, Christopher, & Ronald Payne.  The never-ending war:  terrorism in the 80's.  New York, NY:  Facts on File Publications, 1987.  356p.

Dobson, Christopher, & Ronald Payne.  The terrorists:  their weapons, leaders, and tactics.  New York:  Facts on File, 1979.  238p.  New York, NY:  Facts on File, 1982.  262p.

Dobson, Christopher, & Ronald Payne.  The weapons of terror:  international terrorism at work.  London:  Macmillan, 1979.  216p.

Douglass, Joseph D., & Neil C. Livingstone.  America the vulnerable:  the threat of chemical and biological warfare.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1987.  204p.

Egendorf, Laura K., ed.  Terrorism:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 2000. 

Ehrenfeld, Rachel.  Narco terrorism.  New York, NY:  BasicBooks, 1990.  225p.

Ehrenfeld, Rachel.  Narco-terrorism and the Cuban connection.  Washington, DC:  Cuban American National Foundation, 1988.  14p.  Reprinted from Strategic review, v. 16, no. 3 (Summer 1988).

Eldridge, Albert F.  Images of conflict.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1979.  229p.

Eli'av, Ya`akov.  International terrorism:  how to combat it.  Jerusalem, Israel:  Security Analysis & Equipments, 1985.  89p.

Elliott, John D., & Leslie K. Gibson, eds.  Contemporary terrorism:  selected readings.  Gaithersburg, MD:  Bureau of Operations and Research, International Association of Chiefs of Police, 1978.  306p.

Emerson, Ryan Quade.  Who's who in terrorism, 1984:  United States and international.  [?]:  R.Q. Emerson, 1984.  56p.

Evans, Alona E., & John F. Murphy, eds.  Legal aspects of international terrorism.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1978.  690p.  Product of a research project undertaken by the American Society of International Law for the Department of State under contract no. 1722-520057.

Evans, Ernest.  Calling a truce to terror:  the American response to international terrorism.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1979.  180p.

Evron Yair, ed.  International violence:  terrorism, surprise, and control.  Jerusalem:  Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1979.  315p.

Falk, Richard A.  Revolutionaries and functionaries:  the dual face of terrorism.  New York:  Dutton, 1988.  Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the Center of International Studies.  222p.

Farhi, David.  The limits to dissent:  facing the dilemmas posed by terrorism.  Presentation by David Farhi, Tuesday, July 12, 1977, Aspen, Colorado.  Introduction by J. E. Slater.  New York:  Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1977.  8p.

Follain, John.  Jackal:  the complete story of the legendary terrorist, Carlos the Jackal.  New York:  Arcade Pub.;  Boston:  Distributed by Little, Brown, 1998.  318p.

Fontaine, Roger W.  Terrorism:  the Cuban connection.  New York:  C. Russak;  Philadelphia:  Sales office Taylor & Francis, 1988.  199p.

Francis, Samuel T.  The Soviet strategy of terror.  Washington, D.C.:  Heritage Foundation, 1981.  78p.  1985, 100p.

Freedman, Lawrence, et al.  Terrorism and international order.  London;  New York:  Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986.  107p.

Friedlander, Robert A.  Terror-violence:  aspects of social control.  London;  New York:  Oceana Publications, 1983.  299p.

Gaines, Ann, & Austin Sarat.  Terrorism.  Philadelphia:  Chelsea House, 1998. 

Galtung, Johan.  On violence in general and terrorism in particular.  Oslo:  Universitetet i Oslo, Professoratet i konflikt- og fredsforskning, 1978.  27p.

Gaucher, Roland.  The terrorists, from Tsarist Russia to the O.A.S.  Translated from the French by Paula Spurlin.  London:  Secker & Warburg, 1968.  325p.

Gearty, C. A.  Terror.  London;  Boston:  Faber and Faber, 1991.  170p.

Gearty, Conor A., ed.  Terrorism.  Aldershot, England;  Brookfield, VT:  Dartmouth, 1996.  579p.

Gellner, John.  Bayonets in the streets:  urban guerrilla at home and abroad.  Don Mills Ont.:  Collier-Macmillan Canada, 1974.  196p.

Genri, Ernst.  Stop terrorism!  Translated Protiv terrorizma from the Russian by Gulhammid Sobratee;  translation edited by Peter Tempest.  Moscow:  Novosti Press Agency Pub. House, 1982.  200p.

Gifford, Tony.  South Africa's record of international terrorism.  London:  Anti-Apartheid Movement:  Stop the War Against Angola and Mozambique, 1981.  15p.

Gilbert, Paul.  Terrorism, security, and nationality:  an introductory study in applied political philosophy.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1994.  190p.

Gold-Biss, Michael.  The discourse on terrorism:  political violence and the Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism, 1981-1986.  New York:  P. Lang, 1994.  194p.

Goode, Stephen.  Guerrilla warfare and terrorism.  New York:  F. Watts, 1977.  152p.

Goodhart, Philip.  The climate of collapse:  the terrorist threat to Britain and her allies.  Richmond:  Foreign Affairs Publishing Co., 1975.  15p.

Gottschalk, Jack A., Brian P. Flanagan, Lawrence J. Kahn & Dennis M. LaRochelle.  Jolly Roger with an Uzi:  the rise and threat of modern piracy.  Annapolis, MD:  Naval Institute Press, 2000.

Goyal, Archana.  Terrorism:  causes and consequences.  Bikaner, India:  Institute of Environment:  Distributed by Agro Botanical Publishers (India), 1990.  129p.

Grachev, A. S.  In the grip of terror.  Moscow:  Progress Publishers;  Chicago, IL:  Imported Publications, 1982.  150p.

Greenberg, Keith Elliot.  Terrorism:  the new menace.  Brookfield, CT:  Millbrook Press, 1994.  64p.

Gross, Feliks.  Violence in politics. Terror and political assassination in Eastern Europe and Russia.  The Hague, Mouton, 1972.  139p.

Grosscup, Beau.  The explosion of terrorism.  Far Hills, NJ:  New Horizon Press;  New York:  Macmillan, 1987.  320p.  Far Hills, NJ:  New Horizon Press, 1991.  352p.

Grosscup, Beau.  The newest explosions of terrorism:  latest sites of terrorism in the 1990s and beyond.  Far Hills, NJ:  New Horizon Press, 1998.  424p.

Guelke, Adrian.  The age of terrorism and the international political system.  London;  New York:  Tauris Academic Studies, I.B. Tauris Publishers;  New York:  In the United States of America and in Canada distributed by St. Martin's Press, 1995.  230p.

Gutteridge, William Frank, ed.  Contemporary terrorism.  For the Institute for the Study of Conflict.  New York:  Facts on File, 1986.  225p.

Hacker, Frederick J.  Crusaders, criminals, crazies:  terror and terrorism in our time.  New York:  Norton, 1976.  355p.

Haig, Alexander Meigs.  Papers of Alexander Meigs Haig, 1962-1982 (bulk 1973-1982).  161,000 items;  329 containers. 

Hamilton, John.  Terror in the heartland:  the Oklahoma City bombing.  Edina, MN:  Abdo & Daughters, 1996.  32p.

Han, Henry Hyunwook, ed.  Terrorism & political violence:  limits & possibilities of legal control.  New York:  Oceana Publications, 1993.  484p.

Han, Henry Hyunwook, ed.  Terrorism, political violence, and world order.  Lanham, MD:  University Press of America, 1984.  767p.

Hanle, Donald J.  Terrorism:  the newest face of warfare.  Washington:  Pergamon-Brassey's;  Elmsford, N.Y., U.S.A.:  Orders, Pergamon Press, 1989.  254p.

Harmon, Christopher C.  Terrorism today.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2000. 

Harris, Jonathan.  The new terrorism:  politics of violence.  New York, NY:  Julian Messner, 1983.  197p.  A survey of terrorism in the world today, its awful possibilities in the future, and ways to combat terrorist activity.

Harris, Jonathan.  The new terrorism:  politics of violence.  New York, NY:  Julian Messner, 1983.  197p.

Havens, Murray Clark, Carl Leiden & Karl M. Schmitt.  Assassination and terrorism:  their modern dimensions.  Manchaca, TX:  S. Swift Pub. Co., 1975.  200p.  1970 edition published under title:  The politics of assassination.

Hayes, David.  Terrorists and freedom fighters.  Hove:  Wayland, 1980.  96p.

Herman, Edward S.  The real terror network:  terrorism in fact and propaganda.  Boston:  South End Press, 1982.  252p.

Herman, Edward S., & Gerry O'Sullivan.  The "terrorism" industry:  the experts and institutions that shape our view of terror.  New York:  Pantheon Books, 1989.  312p.

Herz, Martin F., ed.  Diplomats and terrorists:  what works, what doesn't:  a symposium.  Washington, D.C.:  Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1982.  69p.

Hewitt, Christopher.  Consequences of political violence.  Aldershot, Hants, England;  Brookfield, Vt.:  Darthmouth, 1993.  144p.

Higgins, Rosalyn, & Maurice Flory, eds.  Terrorism and international law.  London;  New York:  Routledge:  LSE, 1997.  382p.

Hippchen, Leonard Joseph, & Yong S. Yim, eds.  Terrorism, international crime, and arms control.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1982.  293p.

Hoffman, Bruce.  Commando raids, 1946-1983.  Prepared for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand, 1985.  64p.

Hoffman, Bruce.  Inside terrorism.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1998.  288p.

Hoffman, Bruce.  Terrorism and weapons of mass destruction:  an analysis of trends and motivations.  Santa Monica, CA:  RAND, 1999.  66p.

Hoffman, Bruce.  The PLO and Israel in Central America:  the geopolitical dimension.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand, 1988.  41p.

Holms, John Pynchon, & Tom Burke.  Terrorism.  New York, NY:  Windsor Pub. Corp., 1994.  283p.  On commentator said:  “The complete book of terrorist groups, their deadly weapons, their innocent targets and their terrible crimes.”

Hortatos, Constantine P.  International law and crimes of terrorism against the peace and security of mankind.  Athens:  Ant. N. Sakkoulas Publishers, 1993.  188p.

Horton, Madelyn.  The Lockerbie airline crash.  San Diego, CA:  Lucent Books, 1991.  64p.  The terrorist incident which caused the explosion and crash of a Pan Am 747 over the Scottish village of Lockerbie in 1988.

Howard, Lawrence, ed.  Terrorism:  roots, impact, responses.  New York:  Praeger, 1992.  193p.

Huddleston, Sisley (1883-1952).  France:  the tragic years, 1939-1947;  an eyewitness account of war, occupation, and liberation.  New York:  Devin-Adair, 1955.  360p.

Hyams, Edward (1910-1975).  Terrorists and terrorism.  London:  Dent;  New York:  St. Martin's Press,  1975.  200p.

Hyde, Margaret Oldroyd, & Elizabeth H. Forsyth.  Terrorism:  a special kind of violence.  New York:  Dodd, Mead, 1987.  112p.

Hyland, Francis P.  Armenian terrorism:  the past, the present, the prospects.  Boulder:  Westview Press, 1991.  248p.

International library of terrorism.  Toronto:  Maxwell Macmillan Canada;  New York:  Maxwell Macmillan International, 1994.  5 volumes:  1. Terrorism, edited by Paul Wilkinson;  2. Dimension of Irish terrorism, edited by Alan O'Day;  3. European terrorism, edited by Edward Moxon-Browne;  4. Terrorism in Africa, edited by Martha Crenshaw;  5. Middle East terrorism, edited by Yonah Alexander.

International terrorism.  Stanford, CA:  Stanford University School of Law, 1977.  192p.

International terrorism:  the other World War.  Washington, DC:  Dept. of the Air Force, Headquarters US Air Force, 1987.  38p.

Jacobson, Kenneth H.  The corporation and international terrorism.  Menlo Park, CA:  Business Intelligence Program, SRI International, 1981.  20p.

Jamieson, Alison.  Terrorism.  New York:  Thomson Learning, 1995.  64p.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  High technology terrorism and surrogate war:  the impact of new technology on low-level violence.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand Corp., 1975.  26p.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  International terrorism:  a new kind of warfare.  Santa Monica:  Rand Corp., 1974.  13p.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  International terrorism:  a new mode of conflict.  Los Angeles, CA:  Crescent Publications, 1975.  51p.  Originally presented at the fifth course of the International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts held at the Collegio Universitario in Urbino, Italy, August 12-14, 1974.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  International terrorism:  the other world war.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand, 1985.  29p.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  New modes of conflict.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand, 1983.  20p.  Prepared for the Defense Nuclear Agency.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  Terrorism and kidnapping.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand Corp., 1974.  8p.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  Terrorism:  policy issues for the Bush administration.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand Corp., 1989.  41p.

Joesten, Joachim.  The Red Hand:  the sinister account of the terrorist arm of the French right-wing "ultras"--in Algeria and on the Continent.  London, New York:  Abelard-Schuman, 1962.  200p.

Johnson, Francis (1837-1908).  Famous assassinations of history from Philip of Macedon, 336 B. C., to Alexander of Servia, A. D. 1903, by Francis Johnson; with twenty-nine portraits.  Chicago:  A. C. McClurg & co., 1903.  434p.

Johnson, James Turner, & John Kelsay, eds.  Cross, crescent, and sword:  the justification and limitation of war in Western and Islamic tradition.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1990.  236p.  Presented at four conferences held at Rutgers University in the winter and spring of 1988-1989.

Kegley, Charles W., ed.  International terrorism:  characteristics, causes, controls.  New York, NY:  St. Martin's, 1990.  280p.

Kesaris, Paul, & Blair Hydrick, eds.  Terrorism:  special studies, 1992-1995:  third supplement.  Bethesda, MD:  University Publications of America, 1996.  4 microfilm reels.

Kishore, Nand.  International terrorism, a new kind of conflict:  a study of strategy and tactics.  New Delhi:  S. Chand & Co., 1989.  292p.

Kobetz, Richard W., & H. H. A. Cooper.  Target terrorism:  providing protective services.  Gaithersburg, MD:  Bureau of Operations and Research, International Association of Chiefs of Police, 1978.  203p.

Kotzin, Michael C.  Confronting international terrorism at the local level:  the Illinois model.  Prepared by the Terrorism Awareness Project of the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago.  Chicago, IL:  JCRC, 1996.  44p.

Kronenwetter, Michael.  The war on terrorism.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  J. Messner, 1989.  130p.

Kupperman, Robert H.  Facing tomorrow's terrorist incident today.  Washington:  Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, Office of Operations Support:  GPO, 1977.  35p.

Kupperman, Robert H., & Darrell M. Trent.  Terrorism:  threat, reality, response.  Foreword by Walter Laqueur.  Stanford, CA:  Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, 1979.  450p.

Kupperman, Robert H., & Jeff Kamen.  Final warning:  averting disaster in the new age of terrorism.  New York:  Doubleday, 1989.  249p.

Kurz, Anat, & Ariel Merari.  ASALA--irrational terror or political tool.  Jerusalem, Israel:  Published for the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies by the Jerusalem Post;  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1985.  118p.

Kurz, Anat, et al.  INTER 86:  a review of international terrorism in 1986.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1987.  140p.

Landau, Elaine.  Terrorism:  America's growing threat.  New York:  Lodestar Books, 1992.  114p.

Laqueur, Walter.  Terrorism.  London:  Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1977.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1977.  277p.

Laqueur, Walter.  The age of terrorism.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1987.  385p.

Laqueur, Walter.  The new terrorism:  fanaticism and the arms of mass destruction.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1999.  312p.

Leeman, Richard W.  The rhetoric of terrorism and counterterrorism.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1991.  217p.

Lightbody, Andy.  The terrorism survival guide:  101 travel tips on how not to become a victim.  New York, NY:  Dell, 1987.  55p.

Lillich, Richard B., & Larry B. Wenger, eds.  Transnational terrorism:  conventions and commentary:  a compilation of treaties, agreements, and declarations of especial interest to the United States.  2nd ed.  Buffalo, NY:  William S. Hein, 1997. 

Lillich, Richard B., ed.  Transnational terrorism:  conventions and commentary:  a compilation of treaties, agreements, and declarations of especial interest to the United States.  Charlottesville, VA:  Michie, 1982.  281p.

Lineberry, William P., ed.  The Struggle against terrorism.  New York:  H. W. Wilson, 1977.  203p.

Liston, Robert A.  Terrorism.  Nashville:  Nelson, 1977.  158p.

Livingstone, Neil C.  The cult of counterterrorism:  the weird world of spooks, counterterrorists, adventurers, and not quite professionals.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1990.  437p.

Livingstone, Neil C.  The war against terrorism.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1982.  291p.

Livingstone, Neil C., & Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.  CBW, the poor man's atomic bomb.  Foreword by John Tower.  Cambridge, MA:  Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, 1984.  36p.

Livingstone, Neil C., & Terrell E. Arnold, eds.  Fighting back:  winning the war against terrorism.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1986.  268p.

Lodge, Juliet, ed.  Terrorism:  a challenge to the state.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1981.  247p.

Long, David E.  The anatomy of terrorism.  New York:  Free Press;  Toronto:  Collier Macmillan Canada;  New York:  Maxwell Macmillan International, 1990.  244p.

Macdonald, Peter G.  Stopping the clock:  bomb disposal in the world of terrorism.  London:  Hale, 1977.  159p.

Mallin, Jay, ed.  Terror and urban guerrillas; a study of tactics and documents.  Coral Gables, FL:  University of Miami Press, 1971.  176p.

Marenches, Alexandre de, & David A. Andelman.  The fourth world war:  diplomacy and espionage in the age of terrorism.  New York:  Morrow, 1992.  281p.  Updated version of the original work Dans le secret des princes, published in 1986 by Editions Stock and signed Alexandre de Marenches and Christine Ockrent.

Martin, Brian G.  International terrorism:  recent developments and implications for Australia.  Barton, A.C.T.:  Dept. of the Parliamentary Library, 1985.  22p.

Martin, John McCullough, & Anne T. Romano.  Multinational crime:  terrorism, espionage, drug & arms trafficking.  Newbury Park:  Sage, 1992.  161p.

McForan, Desmond.  The world held hostage:  the war waged by international terrorism.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1986.  262p.

McGuire, Edward Patrick.  International terrorism and business security.  New York, NY:  Conference Board, 1979.  22p.

McGurn, William.  Terrorist or freedom fighter?:  the cost of confusion.  London:  Alliance Publishers for the Institute for European Defence & Strategic Studies, 1987.  59p.

McKinnon, Clinton Dan.  Everything you need to know before you're hijacked.  San Diego, CA:  House of Hits, 1986.  139p.

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