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Title: REVOLUTIONARY TERRORIST - A CHARACTER ANALYSIS
Journal: MILITARY POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT JOURNAL  Volume:3  Issue:3  Dated:(FALL 1976)  Pages:38-43
Author(s): M A MUELLER
Corporate Author: US Dept of the Army
US Army Military Police School ATZN-TD-T
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 6
Sponsoring Agency: US Dept of the Army
AL 36205
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS ARTICLE TAKES AN OVERALL LOOK AT THE TYPE OF PERSON WHO BECOMES A REVOLUTIONARY TERRORIST.
Abstract: VARIOUS TERRORIST MODELS ARE PRESENTED: FRUSTRATED, IDEALIST-ROMANTIC, AND REBEL-PARANOID. THESE MODELS ARE BELIEVED TO APPLY TO THE RANGE OF REVOLUTIONARY TERRORISTS. THE ROMANTICS, ACCORDING TO THE AUTHOR, SEEM TO BE BORN OUT OF THE CLASSICAL MODE OF RISK-SEEKERS BY NATURE. THE FRUSTRATED REVOLUTIONARIES TURN TO TERRORISM AS A CLEANSING FORCE. EACH OF THESE MODELS PRESENTS SPECIAL HANDLING PROBLEMS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS. THE REBEL-PARANOID TYPE, HOWEVER, PRESENTS THE MOST DIFFICULT PROBLEM....BDS
Index Term(s): Revolutionary or terrorist groups; Terrorist profiles
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