US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism

US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism
US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism
US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism
US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism
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The Clinton administration was never willing to take such a step. It even shrank from the possibility of assassinating him if others might be killed in the process. The attacks had been remote and widely separated. It was easy to accept them as unwelcome but inevitable costs associated with superpower status. Bin Laden remained a serious nuisance, but not a top priority for an administration that was nearing its end.

The Bush presidency changed irrevocably on September 11, 2001, when the United States suffered the most devastating foreign attack ever against its mainland. That morning, Middle Eastern terrorists simultaneously hijacked 4 passenger airplanes and used 2 of them as suicide vehicles to destroy the twin towers of the World Trade Center. A 3rd crashed into the Pentagon building, the Defense Department headquarters just outside of WDC. The 4th plane, probably meant for the U.S. Capitol, crashed into the PA countryside as passengers fought the hijackers.

It was in this setting that the administration obtained passage of the USA Patriot Act on October 26, 2001. Designed to fight domestic terrorism, the new law considerably broadened the search, seizure, and detention powers of the federal government. Its opponents argued that it amounted to a serious violation of constitutionally protected individual rights. Its backers responded that a country at war needed to protect itself.

After initial hesitation, the Bush administration also decided to support the establishment of a gigantic new Department of Homeland Security. Authorized in November 2002, and designed to coordinate the fight against domestic terrorist attack, the new department consolidated 22 federal agencies. The United states became organized to fight terrorism head on.

The presentation covers the following:

Somalia: 1993
al-Qaida
First World Trade Center Bombing: 1993
Oklahoma City Bombing: 1995
Khobar Towers, Saudi Arabia: 1996
Kenya & Tanzania: 1998
USS Cole: 2000
Clinton Policy
Election of 2000: Gore
Election of 2000: Bush
Bush Wins
Early Days as President
September 11, 2001
The Toll
Anthrax Scare: 2001
Patriot Act: 2001
Department of
Homeland Security: 2002
Retaliation
Afghanistan
“Axis of Evil” 2002
Weapons Stockpile?
U.N. Inspections
Plan to Remove Saddam
Invasion of Iraq: 2003
Response: 2003
No Weapons Found
New Government
2004 Election
2004 Election: Kerry
2004 Election: Bush
Bush Wins
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US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism
US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism
US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism
US Presidents - George Bush and the War on Terrorism