March 2010
USA Today Magazine;Mar2010, Vol. 138 Issue 2778, p7
The article discusses a U.S. Justice Department-funded report which suggested that policymakers should treat Muslim-Americans as part of the solution to terrorism to reduce the risk of radicalization.


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