Fear and Accountability at the End of an Era by ProQuest


The two articles on which I comment - one on American victims of 9/11 and the other on the war and occupation in Iraq both fall into the category of "Sociolegal Studies Post-9/11," and each reminds readers that, whatever the motivations for the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, it too has become a site for acts undertaken in the name of terrorism and a front in the "global war on terror." [...] it has been impossible to eradicate the notion that these two post-9/1 1 phenomena are "connected," which is the fallacy behind the Bush administration's justification for invading Iraq.

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