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VOLUME 29
PREFACE ..........................................Yonah Alexander and Donald Musch
DOCUMENTS
EXECUTIVE BRANCH
The White House
DOCUMENT NO. 1: Executive Order 13224 dated September 23, 2001
Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions with Persons who
Commit, Threaten to Commit, Terrorism .................................. 1
DOCUMENT NO. 2: Executive Order dated October 8,2001
Establishing the Office of Homeland Security and the Homeland
Security Council ..................................................... 87
DOCUMENT NO. 3: "Most Wanted" Terrorist List dated October 10, 2001 ... 97
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Reports
DOCUMENT NO. 4: Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons
and Missiles:The Current Situation and Trends. Congressional Research
Service. UpdatedAugust 10, 2001 ...................................... 105
DOCUMENT NO. 5: BioTerrorism: Federal Research and Preparedness
Activities. General Accounting Office. September, 2001 .................. 139
DOCUMENT NO. 6: Terrorism: Near Eastern Groups and State
Sponsors, 2001. Congressional Research Service. September 10, 2001 ....... 221
DOCUMENT NO. 7: Combating Terrorism: Selected Challenges and
Related Recommendations. General Accounting Office. September, 2001... 265
DOCUMENT NO. 8: Terrorism, The Future, and U.S. Policy. Congressional
Research Service. Updated October 17,2001 ............................465
Testimony
DOCUMENT NO. 9: Testimony before the Senate Committee on
Commerce, Science and Transportation. "Aviation Security. Terrorist Acts
Demonstrate Urgent Need to Improve Security at the Nation's Airports.
Statement by Gerald L. Dillingham, General Accounting Office.
September 20,2001  ................................................. 489
DOCUMENT NO. 10: Testimony before the Senate Committee on
Government Affairs. "Homeland Security. A Framework for Addressing
the Nation's Efforts. Statement by David M. Walker. Comptroller General
of the United States. September 21, 2001  ................................501



Legislation and Resolutions
DOCUMENT NO. 11: S enate Joint Resolution 23 dated September 18,2001.
Authorization for the Use of Military Force .............................. 519
DOCUMENT NO. 12: H.R. 3162. Uniting and Strengthening America
by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct
Terrorism (USA PATRIOT ACT) Act of 2001. Signed by President Bush
on  October 26, 2001 ................................................... 545








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Terrorism