The United States makes the list

Frazee, Valerie
June 1996
Personnel Journal;Jun96, Vol. 75 Issue 6, p27
Reports that the United States placed in the Top 20 list of nations with the highest levels of terrorism and other forms of political violence. Incidents in 1995.


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