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Oklahoma City Anniversary: Psychology Of Militia Movements
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Oklahoma City Anniversary: Psychology Of Militia Movements

Oklahoma City Anniversary: Psychology Of Militia Movements

Oklahoma City Anniversary: Psychology Of Militia Movements
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Talk of the Nation continues its coverage of the Oklahoma City tragedy with a look at how the blast has changed America's perceptions about terrorism and about the safety of the United States from internal terrorist threats. Ray and his guests will focus on how much of the population has come to fear militia groups, as well as how...and why...those in militias have come to distrust both the government and the media. Guests: Frank Ochberg Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice, Psychiatry, and Journalism Michigan State University Former Forensic Psychiatrist National Task Force on Terrorism Federal Bureau of Investigation Chairman Critical Incident Analysis Group Michigan State University Washington, D.C. Ken Adams Executive Director National Confederation of Citizen Militias Lansing, MI Listeners call in

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