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"Terrorism is the use or threat of violence to create fear and alarm. Terrorism is usually committed to promote a movement or cause. Acts committed by terrorists have included setting off bombs, murdering and kidnapping people, and hijacking airplanes." (Source: Mackaitis, Tom. "Terrorism." The World Book Encyclopedia. vol. 19. 2012. Print.)