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25, 2001 (Lexington, Ky.) --
A University of Kentucky
community forum "Terror Comes Home: Political,
Economic and Human Responses" took place Sept.
19 in the Student Center ballroom.
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The forum was designed to give the
Lexington community a chance to provide commentary and ask questions of UK panelists
regarding the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C.
"We addressed a broad set of
issues, including strategic considerations, economic concerns, and individual and
community well-being, rather than focusing exclusively on the search for ways to retaliate
against the aggressors," said Edward Jennings, acting chairperson of the Department
of Political Science and professor in the Martin School of Public Policy and
Administration, who organized the event.
Panelists included Michael Desch,
associate director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce who
specializes in national security; Sarah Goodrum, a National Institute of Mental Health
postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Behavioral Science who specializes in family
reactions to violent deaths; Russell Groves, former adjutant general of the Kentucky
National Guard and retired U.S. Army general who taught at the Army War College; Stuart
Kaufman, political science professor and a specialist in international politics whose most
recent book deals with ethnic violence; and David Wildasin, Martin School of Public Policy
and Administration, an economist who deals with public finance in domestic and