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  • More terrorist attacks can make people more resilient

    FiveThirtyEight - 12/12/2017

    There’s other evidence that as terrorism becomes part of the fabric of the everyday, it loses some of its power to disrupt and frighten. Dov Waxman, a professor of political science and Israel studies at Northeastern University, studied the impact of Palestinian terrorism in Israel during the second intifada, an uprising in the early 2000s that led to several years of intense violence.

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