An Act of War

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American History

 

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Luis W

 

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November 18, 2013

 

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The only question left to be answered is; were the terrorists that committed these acts able to achieve their political objectives?
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Those that believe that the attacks were an "unprovoked act of war" believe that there were political reasons behind the attacks. The National Review makes the point that, "An act of violence on the magnitude of 9-11 can only have been intended to further some kind of political objective". Another expert, Victor Davis, put it this way, "it is irrelevant what grievances our enemy may believe it has against us; what matters is that we have been viciously attacked and that, for the sake of our own survival, we must fight back...
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