Two new reports from the 9/11 Commission examine the progress made on the commision's 41 recommendations.
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The text remains objective and offers a plethora of information on various terrorist organizations, their recruiting methods, and comparisons of the various terrorist groups.
By using managerial tools to conserve resources and control followers, leaders of terrorist groups are making their activities easier to track.
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