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1. There are two definitive paths to terrorism; the “top-down process” and the “bottom-up process” (CSIS, 2007, in your week three content folder). Unfortunately, due to certain laws, civil rights, and civil liberties, many potential terrorists are too far down the path and well on their way to becoming full-fledged terrorists by the time intelligence agencies are aware of them.Discuss these paths to terrorism.
2. Discussion Questions: What were the driving factors that inspired Ted Kaczynski to violence? Which radicalization process that you learned in week 2 do you think best fit his path to extremism? What did you learn from reading about this case as it relates to homegrown violent extremism? What were the driving factors that inspired Tim McVeigh to violence? Which radicalization process that you learned in week 2 do you think best fit his path to extremism? What did you learn from reading about this case as it relates to homegrown violent extremism?
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