Listeners of The American Terrorist will be able to discuss terrorism like an expert. The book explains why some criminals are labeled as terrorists, but others are not, and compiles the attributes of over 500 American citizens charged with acts related to terrorism into an eight-marker profile of an American terrorist. Acts of terrorism may only impact a few, but the fear they invoke permeates the entire country and divides us. This book gives power back to the community to identify a developing terrorist and offers tools to re-engage them back into society and steer them down a better path. The listener will also find a complete list and summaries of domestic and international terrorist organizations with which American terrorists align.
The mind-set of an American terrorist is thoroughly examined, including social, marital, and economic class, education, profession, race, gender, sexuality, religion, and the desire for political freedom.
Is your neighbor a terrorist? Determine your state of security based on the citizenship, homeland, and local residence of American terrorists.
The American female terrorist is relatively unknown to many citizens. This book answers the primary question many are asking: why would a woman join an organization that renounces many of the rights they enjoy as US citizens?
The American male terrorist is well known, or is he? Find out if your assumptions about the age, education, allegiance, marital status, and mental health are correct.
Recognizing a developing terrorist: The book reviews historical terrorist profiling and then devises a new, eight-marker profile of a developing terrorist supported by statistics and case studies.
The American military terrorist is a terrorist with experience in the US armed forces. One chapter of the book explores the controversial profiles of these terrorists.
Behind bars is a chapter that document the official charges (very few terrorists are charged with terrorism), sentences, and prison locations of American terrorists.
Terrorism camps, where are they and who attends
The top targets and weapons used by American terrorists
Prevention strategies and federal policies
The terrorist profile as a preventative tool
De-radicalization and disengagement
Federal policies related to terrorism