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Coming in from the Cold

Episode 33: Terrorism in New York: The Long 1960s

When most American’s think of terrorism in New York City, they think of September 11, 2001. However, there is an entire untold history of terrorism in the city dating back decades. On today’s episode of CIFTC, Bill sits down with David Viola professor of criminology at John Jay College, who tells the story of terrorism in New York, during the long 1960s.

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John Stimpson, Communications Associate