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“Terrorism ‘no longer implies evil…but is the focus of mass action… and ennobles the spirit. Discuss in the context of the liberation movements of the second half of the twentieth century.” Antonio Sonnessa. “The 1922 Turin Massacre (Strage di Torino): Working class resistance and conflicts within fascism,” Modern Italy, Volume 10, Issue 2 (November 2005): 187-205. Read the following foundational material before you begin this module: From Walter Laqueur, A History of Terrorism: Chapter 5 “Terrorism Today” From Martin Miller, The Foundations of Modern Terrorism: State, Society and the Dynamics of Political Violence: Chapter 5 “European Nation State Terrorism and its Antagonists, at Home and Abroad, 1848-1914;” Chapter 7 “Communist and Fascist Authoritarian Terror” Chapter 8 “Global Ideological Terror During the Cold War” Part A should be double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font size, and and should be no less than 7 pages in length (approximately 300-330 words per page, i.e. 2100 words at a minimum, excluding title page, footnotes and bibliography). Page setup: 1 inch margin on the left and right sides of page.