The adage “one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter” exemplifies the

Aug 12th, 2015
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The adage “one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter” exemplifies the difficulties faced when determining whether or not an incident is terroristic in nature. The French Revolution is frequently cited as the first incident of state-sponsored terrorism in history. Do you agree or disagree with utilizing this period as a point of origin for terrorism? Did terrorism exist prior to the French Revolution? Are the terrorist acts we see today significantly different from those of the past? If so, how?

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