Terrorism and Sept. 11thPage address: http://lib.mnsu.edu/govdoc/subjectlist/crime/terrp.html
Patterns of Global Terrorism 2001
Includes a chronology of worldwide terrorist incidents in 2001, an overview of state-sponsored terrorism, and background information on designated foreign terrorist organizations.
|FEM 1.2:W 89||World Trade Center Building Performance Study
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s detailed study that examined the WTC attack and the structural performance of the buildings.
USA PATRIOT Act of 2001
World Trade Center Attack Claims Act
|Y 4.IN 8/16:T 27/5||
Al-Qaeda and the Global Reach of Terrorism
|Y 4.IN 8/16:T 27/3||
International Terrorism: A Compilation of Major Laws, Treaties, Agreements, and Executive Documents
The World According to Usama Bin Laden (By Ahmed Hashim)
|PREX 3.10/4:AF 3/10||
Ethnolinguistic Groups in Afghanistan (CIA Map, 1997)
|PREX 3.10/4:AF 3/14||
Afghanistan (CIA Map, 2002)
|Environmental Health Perspectives 2001. Vol. 109, No. 11, p. A529-36||Environmental Aftermath (By Luz Claudio)
Discusses the environmental catastrophe caused by the cloud of toxic dust and smoke that lingered for weeks after the collapse of the WTC, as well as recovering human remains, removing and disposing of debris and evaluation of the continuing health threat.
|PREX 1.2:M 69||
Our Mission and Our Moment: Speeches Since the Attacks of September 11
|Images of the World Trade Center Site||Show Thermal Hot Spots on Sept. 16 and 23, 2001 (Web site)
Results of remote sensing data and interpretations that map thermal hot spots in and around the WTC site.
|The Department of Homeland Security Web Site||Designing for Security in the Nation’s Capital|
|J 1.14/2:V 66/2/SPAN||Informacion para las Victimas del Terrorismo
A Spanish language pamphlet describing resources for victims of terrorism.
Help from the Internal Revenue Service for Those Affected by the Terrorist Attacks no America
|D 301.26/6:T 27/3||
Legitimate Use of Military Force Against State-sponsored International Terrorism (by Richard Erickson)
|S 1.2:T 27||
Countering Terrorism: Security Suggestions for U.S. Business Representatives Abroad