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The War on Terror Learning Guide: Citations

Sources we cite in The War on Terror

1 Amy Belasco, “The Cost of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Other Global War on Terror Operations Since 9/1,” Congressional Research Service, 2009, available online at:
2 “World Oil reserves and Consumption,” The World Almanac, available online at:
3 George W. Bush, State of the Union Address,28 January 2003, available online at:
4 “Bush Makes Historic Speech Aboard Warship,” 1 May 2003,; available online at:
6 “Oil Prices: History and Analysis,” WTRG Economics, available online at:
7 Barry Rubin, “America as Junior Partner,” Global Policy Forum, available online at:
8 “Oil Prices: History and Analysis,” WTRG Economics,available online at:
9 Stephen P. A. Brown, Raghav Virmani and Richard Alm, “Crude Awakening: Behind the Surge in Oil Prices,” Economic Letter—Insights from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas 3: 5 (May 2008) available online at:
10 “Terrorism Deaths in Israel, 1920-1999,” Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, available online at:
11 Shibley Telhami, “The Ties that Bind: Americans, Arabs, and Israelis after September 11,” Foreign Affairs 83 (March/April 2004), 11.
12 US Assistance to Israel, Jewish Virtual Library, available online at:
13 Mitchell Bard, “U.S.-Israel Relations: A Special Alliance,”Jewish Virtual Library, available online at:
14 Michele Chabin, “Israel Declares War on Terror,”USA Today, 4 December 2001, available online at:
15 “Bush Makes Historic Speech Aboard Warship,” 1 May 2003,; available online at:
16 Gordon Carera,” Iran’s gulf of misunderstanding with US,” BBC News, 25 September 2006, available online at:
17 “Weird Candy Trivia,”,
18 “FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive,” available online at:
19 By Ellen Goodman, “And That’s the Way It Is -- Or Is It?” Washington Post, 17 July 2009; available online at:
20 George Bush, remarks at Emma Booker Elementary School, 11 September 2001, available online at:
21 George W. Bush, Speech delivered on the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 2001, available online at:
22 Alan Jackson, “Where were you when the world stopped turning?” lyrics available online at:
23 Osama Bin Laden,” Transcript of Bin Laden’s October interview,”, 5 February 2002, available online at:
24 George L. Perry, “The War on Terrorism, the World Oil Market and the U.S. Economy,” Brookings, 24 October 2001, available online at:
25 “Iraq Casualties, Iraq Costs, Iraq Numbers,” Huffington Post, 19 March 2008, available online at:
26 “Bush’s Final Approval Rating: 22 Percent,” CBS News, 16 January 2009, available online at:

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