by John Mueller
How Politicians and the Terrorism Industry Inflate National Security Threats and Why We Believe Them. Among possible U.S. terrorist targets listed by the Department of Homeland Security are a petting zoo in Alabama and a roadside water park in Florida. By listing such unlikely targets, the administration has heightened fear and the cost of protecting citizens. Mueller examines how terrorism hypervigilance is threatening civil liberties, the economy, and lives.
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