The United States is at war: in Iraq, in Afghanistan, and against terrorism. This symposium asks the timely question: How do governments and their citizens respond to fear and risk in times of crisis? In the essay, I begin by framing the issue very briefly. I then argue that understanding this issue requires scholars to follow Epstein and Wells by looking to other disciplines, methodologies, and countries.

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