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Suspected London Terrorists Counter Stereotype

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Suspected London Terrorists Counter Stereotype

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Suspected London Terrorists Counter Stereotype

Suspected London Terrorists Counter Stereotype

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The suspects in last week's incidents in London and Glasgow are all medical professionals, defying the standard line that terrorists are often poor and dispossessed. Alan Krueger, author of What Makes a Terrorist?, speaks with Scott Simon.

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