Dashed Expectations

Kettl, Donald F.
October 2004
Governing;Oct2004 Supplement, p8
Comments on the status of homeland security in the U.S. after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Problems in the restructuring of the Department of Homeland Security; Impact of bioterrorism on communities; Recommendation on protecting citizens and communities in areas at highest risk of terrorist attacks.


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