TerrorismTHE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS AND AMERICA’S FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM SECURITY MEASURES
By Latisha Gant
Table of Contents
A. How has America’s Attitude toward terrorism changed after September 11, 20011
B. What are people and Government reactions to terrorism after 911?
C. Why was America’s Protection Agency Homeland Security Formed?
II. Balancing American Civil rights and Against Terrorism
A. What is American Census and Attitude towards Terrorist Security Measures?
B. What is the political thought of American’s civil right attitudes after 911?
C. What is the impact of Post 911 terrorist event and Iraq War on civil rights and Terrorism?
III. Recent Trends in Americans Excepting New Security Measures as a Way of Life
A. What is the impact of terrorism on American and global way of Life?
B. What are the disadvantages and advantages of heightened Homeland Security Measures?
C. What do people fear terrorist attacks or civil rights infringements the most?
This research paper will focus on the balancing of the relationship between American civil rights and America’s fight against terrorism. Terrorism has changed the way we use public transportation, travel in airports and train stations, eat in hotels and restaurants see movies, almost everything we do can be attacked by terrorist in America today. Terrorism by terrorist like Bin Laden and Al-Quada have influenced American government planning to develop a new agency called Homeland Security and the planning of foreign policy decisions for agencies like NSA (National Security Agency), CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), legislative, judicial, and other federal law enforcement agencies as part of the solution to explain protection policies and decisions that impact the civil rights of the public. The New Homeland Security measures have contributed to shaping the post-September 11 event relationship...