Table of contents for Can the War on Terrorism be won? / David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors.

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Contents
Introduction
1. Progress in the War on Terror Has Made America Safer
George W. Bush
2. Spying and Eavesdropping on Terrorists Keeps America Safe
Charles Krauthammer
3. America and Its Allies Are Making Progress against Terrorism in Afghanistan
Harry Heflin 
4. U.S. Aid Is Helping Win the War against Terrorism
Andrew Natsios
5. The UN Is Helping Win the War against Terrorism
David Cortright 
6. America Must Be Prepared for a Long Fight against Terrorism
Mortimer B. Zuckerman
7. The West Must Prove Its Values Are Stronger Than Those of Radical Islam
	Tony Blair
8. America Must Confront the Sponsors of Islamic Extremism
	Alex Alexiev 
9. America Must Rethink the Motivations for Islamic Terrorism
Michal Zapendowski
10. The Detention of Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay Is Undermining the War on Terror
	USA Today
11. American Public Support for the War Is Waning
Economist
12. The U.S. Military Industrial Complex Wants the War on Terror to Continue Indefinitely
Manuel Valenzuela
13. The War on Terror Is Increasing Militarism around the Globe
	Matthew O'Rourke
14. America Cannot Win the War against Terrorism by Giving into Hatred
Gerald Leonard Spence
Organizations to Contact
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention -- Juvenile literature.
War on Terrorism, 2001- -- Juvenile literature.