After Fear

October 2001
New Republic;10/29/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 18, p9
Looks at the effect of terrorism on Americans, in light of anthrax and terrorist attacks on the U.S. Discussion of statements made about the odds of being attacked with anthrax, and the view that there is a difference between the chances of an auto accident and an anthrax attack; Discussion of what makes a person brave or courageous; Opinion that attacks are not a health crisis but a war.


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