Every day brings fresh news of international terrorism. Television brings us face to face with violence across the world: suicide bombings, car bombings, improvised explosive devices, pipeline sabotage, hostage taking, mass executions, and wanton genocide. Newspapers force us to suffer our imagination. Both fill us with a headline-induced anxiety and a fear of things that will almost certainly never affect us personally.
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