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  • The Law Library Resource Xchange offers a wide range of resources related to the September 11, 2001 terrotist attack.
  • Documents arranged alphabeticallly by title within the following sections: aftermath, congressional and presidential actions, global terrorism, international politics, national security, U. S. foreign relations, and weapons of mass destruction,
  • Archived articles from the Journal of the American Medical Association concerning anthrax, smallpox, ebola, plague and Yersinia pestis, botulinum toxin, brucella, and tularemia.
  • The Center for Defense Information's website "is designed to provide insights, in-depth analysis and facts on the military, security and foreign policy challenges as the United States, and the world, faces terrorism. The project will look at all aspects of fighting terrorism, from near-term issues of response and defense, to long-term questions about how the United States should shape its future international security strategy."
  • "This Website provides material from a variety of CQ Press sources relevant to the issues. Sources include encyclopedia articles, such as Jihad and Theocracy three issues of The CQ Researcher offering in-depth studies on Combating Terrorism, Islamic Fundamentalism and the Middle East Conflict and more."
  • Documents specific to the September 11th terrorists attacks.
  • A listing of forign terrorist organizations, as designated by the U.S. Secretary of State, on October 8, 1999.
  • The archive's goals are to "collect, preserve, and present the history of the September 11, 2001 attack in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania and the public responses."

  • An extensive archive of data related to the events and aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Visitors are invite to submit sites to the archive.
  • Website for an episode of the Frontline television series exploring America's "first war on terrorism" initiated in the 1980s. Includes an overview of the Evolution of Islamic Terrorism, beginning in 1968.
  • "The Terrorism Research Center is dedicated to informing the public ofthe phenomena of terrorism and information warfare. This site featuresessays and thought pieces on current issues, as well as links to otherterrorism documents, research and resources."
  • From the Council on Foreign Relations in cooperation with the Markle Foundation. Searchable.
  • This project's goals are to use electronic media to collect, preserve, and present the history of September 11, 2001 and its aftermath.