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The Psychology of the War on Terror

How we characterize an issue affects how we think about it. Replacing the "war on terror" metaphor with other ways of framing counterterrorism might help us curtail the violence more effectively

By Arie W. Kruglanski, Martha Crenshaw, Jerrold M. Post and Jeff Victoroff

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