NEW YORK — We remember the weapons they used. Whether fertilizer or box cutters or pressure cookers, certain objects have become icons for the worst terrorist acts lodged in this country’s history. But one kind of weapon stands out for its spectacle, violence and implications. The bomb, says Professor Pete Kraska, represents “who [the attackers]
How fear of bombs reinforces a Good vs. Evil narrative of post- 9/11 foreign policy.