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This paper states that 9-11 should not have been such a surprise because the country really should have expected that something like this would happen especially given the World Trade Center attack in 1992. The paper relates several reasons for 9-11, including the U.S. support for Israel, the U.S. failure to understand Islam and the first Gulf War. The paper also identifies responses to 9-11, such as attacking the terrorists wherever they can be found, the Patriot Act and other powers that the Bush administration have taken. The paper then examines the Patriot Act as the primary legislation designed in part to correct perceived lapses in law enforcement, to fill holes in security, to stop terrorists from getting the funding they need, and to alter certain laws in order to make the job of law enforcement easier in terms of fighting terrorism.
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