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Homeland security
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2nd ed.
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Dubuque, IA : McGraw-Hill, 2008
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9780073397306
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This Second Edition of ANNUAL EDITIONS: HOMELAND SECURITY provides convenient, inexpensive access to current articles selected from the best of the public press. Organizational features include: an annotated listing of selected World Wide Web sites; an annotated table of contents; a topic guide; a general introduction; brief overviews for each section; a topical index; and an instructor's resource guide with testing materials. USING ANNUAL EDITIONS IN THE CLASSROOM is offered as a practical guide for instructors. ANNUAL EDITIONS titles are supported by our student website, www.mhcls.com/online.


Table of Contents

Unit 1 The Concept of Homeland Security
1 45194 Homeland SecurityBenjamin M. Friedman, Foreign Policy, July/August 2005
2 45195 Terrorism: How Much Are We Willing to Take?Amanda Ripley, Time, August 21, 2006
3 45196 Lethal FantasiesSharon Ghamari-Tabrizi, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January/February 2006
4 45197 Why We Don't PrepareAmanda Ripley, Time, August 28, 2006
Unit 2 The Department of Homeland Security
5 45198 Are We Ready for the Next 9/11Veronique de Rugy, Reason, March 2006
6 45199 Revisiting Homeland SecurityTim Starks, CQ Weekly, June 26, 2006
7 45200 Shifting Priorities: Congressional Incentives and the Homeland Security Granting ProcessPatrick S. Roberts, The Review of Policy Research, July 2005
8 45201 Airport Security Screening: Privatize or Federalize?Keith Mew, Public Works Management and Policy, July 2005
Unit 3 The Federal Government and Homeland Security
9 45202 The Doom BoomDavid Von Drehle, Washington Post National Weekly Edition, April 17-23, 2006
10 45203 Immigration and National SecurityJan C. Ting, Orbis, Winter 2006
11 45204 Senators Say Scrap FEMA and Start OverTim Starks, CQ Weekly, May 1, 2006
Unit 4 State and Local Governments and Homeland Security
12 45213 Terrorism's Impact on State Law EnforcementChad Foster and Dr. Gary Cordner, State News, March 2005
13 45214 State of ReadinessDoug Brandes, Fire Chief, June 2006
14 45215 New York State of MindJamie Deal, The Weekly Standard, June 8, 2006
15 45216 Blame Amid the TragedyBob Williams, The Wall Street Journal, September 7, 2005
Unit 5 First Responders
16 45217 Antiterrorist Policing in New York City After 9/11: Comparing Perspectives on a Complex ProcessAvram Bornstein, Human Organization, Spring 2005
17 35130 Community Policing and TerrorismMatthew C. Scheider and Robert Chapman, Journal of Homeland Security, April 2003
18 45219 D.C. Deploys Wireless Net for First RespondersCarolyn Duffy Marsan, Network World, August 31, 2006
19 45220 The Front Line in Training for DisastersBen Gose, Chronicle of Higher Education, October 28, 2005
Unit 6 New Technologies in Homeland Security
20 35134 Guarding Against MissilesFred Bayles, USA Today, April 13, 2003
21 35135 Modernizing Homeland SecurityJohn D. Cohen and John A. Hurson, Blueprint, March/April 2002
22 45223 Hesitation at Homeland SecurityLorraine Woellert, Business Week, March 27, 2006
23 45224 Thanks, Dubai!Tomas Kellner, Forbes, March 27, 2006
Unit 7 Vulnerabilities and Threats
24 45225 Thwarting Nuclear TerrorismAlexander Glaser and Frank N. von Hippel, Scientific American, February 2006
25 45226 Bioterrorism-Preparing to Fight the Next WarDavid A. Relman, New England Journal of Medicine, January 12, 2006
26 45227 These Chemicals Are So DeadlyAmy Barrett, Business Week, March 20, 2006
27 42555 Port Security Is Still a House of CardsStephen E. Flynn, Far Eastern Economic Review, January/February 2006
Unit 8 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
28 45228 Island MentalitySpencer Ackerman, The New Republic, August 22, 2005
29 42378 The Truth about TortureCharles Krauthammer, The Weekly Standard, December 5, 2005
30 35137 Civil Liberties and Homeland SecurityValerie L. Demmer, The Humanist, January/February 2002
31 35138 Homeland Security and the Lessons of WacoMary Zeiss Stange, The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 11, 2003
32 35141 Heading in the Wrong Direction, The Economist, March 8, 2003
33 45230 Mining Personal DataRobert O'Harrow, Jr. Washington Post National Edition, January 31-February 6, 2006
Unit 9 Intelligence and Homeland Security
34 45231 U.S. Intelligence: A Losing PropositionAngelo M. Codevilla, The American Spectator, September 2004
35 45232 In Defence of the Intelligence ServicesEfraim Halevy, The Economist, July 31, 2004
36 45233 Can Spies Be Made Better?, The Economist, March 19, 2005
37 45234 We Have Not Correctly Framed the Debate on Intelligence ReformSaxby Chambliss, Parameters, Spring 2005
Unit 10 The Future of Homeland Security
38 45235 Department of Homeland Security: Charting a Path ForwardMichael Chertoff, Heritage Lectures, March 20, 2006
39 43319 The Terrorism IndexForeign Policy, July/August 2006
40 45236 Building an Agile Homeland Security EstablishmentVince Kasten and Ralph Welborn, Hudson Institute, March 1, 2005
41 45237 Fighters, Not First RespondersMackubin Thomas Owens, The Weekly Standard, October 24, 2005