The Long-Lasting Consequences of the War on Terror
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The Long-Lasting Consequences of the War on Terror

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The United States flew its last military flight out of Afghanistan, ending the 20-year war in the country — the longest in U.S. history. This week on Intercepted: Journalist Spencer Ackerman discusses his new book, “Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump.” In 2001, the George W. Bush administration used the 9/11 attacks to launch the war on terror — an era that led to two massive wars, countless lives lost, mass domestic surveillance, the rounding up of immigrants and people of color, a strengthened security state, drone assassinations, and human rights abuses. And it’s far from over, says Ackerman.

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