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TERRORISM 2
How has terrorism changed U.S. citizens’ views and attitudes on law enforcement
and security operations in the United States? What constitutional rights would you be
willing to relinquish to protect national security?
Americans are cautious when it comes to the issues of terrorism, especially since the 9/11
attacks (McIntyre, 2019). The American people are, therefore, more than willing to relinquish
various constitutional rights to keep the country safe from acts of terror. The general belief
among many Americans is that the legal changes are for the betterment of Americans since they
are meant to ensure no future attacks (McIntyre, 2019). The 9/11 attacks inflicted more fear
among the American people leading to the implementation of various policies. For instance, the
application of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) provides that non-passengers
should no longer allowed through security checkpoints. Americans are no longer allowed to see
their friends or relatives arrive or depart from the airports.
The policy only allows passengers to go through the established security checkpoints
within the precincts of the airport except parents seeing a child off or picking a child who was
flying alone (McIntyre, 2019). This policy also regulated the number and type of items that
passengers would be allowed to carry with them to the airport. However, this led to
confrontational views and attitude against the law enforcement and security operations. The rules
are necessary to safeguard Americans since terrorists can make bombs out of the opportunity.
When the 9/11 occurred, there was an overwhelming fear among people because people were on
guard; something else would happen (McIntyre, 2019). However, many years later, nothing as
happened and people are more relaxed because the government has done a lot to protect the
people.

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Running Head: TERRORISM 1 Terrorism Student’s Name Course Institutional Affiliation TERRORISM 2 How has terrorism changed U.S. citizens’ views and attitudes on law enforcement and security operations in the United States? What constitutional rights would you be willing to relinquish to protect national security? Americans are cautious when it comes to the issues of terrorism, especially since the 9/11 attacks (McIntyre, 2019). The American people are, therefore, more than willing to relinquish various constitutional rights to keep the country safe from acts of terror. The general belief among many Americans is that the legal changes are for the betterment of Americans since they are meant to ensure no future attacks (McIntyre, 2019). The 9/11 attacks inflicted more fear among the American people leading to the implementation of various policies. For instance, the application of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) provides that non-passengers should no longer allowed through security checkpoints. Americans are no longer allowed to see their friends or relatives arrive or depart from the airports. The policy only allows passengers to go through the established secu ...
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