Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herosratos Syndrome

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Examines the motives of terrorists, from ancient Greece to the present day "A unique work of. . . history, made all the more interesting by its relevance to the time in which we live. " --James R. Elkins, editor of Legal Studies Forum In this timely study of the roots of terrorism, author Albert Borowitz deftly assesses the phenomenon of violent crime motivated by a craving for notoriety or self-glorification. He traces this particular brand of terrorism back to 356 BCE and the destruction of the Temple of Artemis ...

Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herosratos Syndrome 2005, Kent State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780873388184

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