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5th SS Unit 9


Leader of the Soviet Union who realized that his country was in trouble and decided to make reforms (changes) to open up his country politically and economically Mikhail Gorbachev
This former communist country split up into independent states after the collapse of communism Soviet Union
The international organization of terrorists responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks and many other terrorist attacks around the world al-Qaeda
A series of attacks intended to control individuals or groups through violence and fear terrorism
the effort to end global terrorism following the 9-11 attacks War on terrorism
Computers owned by people that can be used at work and/or home. Personal Computers
President during the final years of the Cold War who said, " Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" Ronald Reagan
During the 9/11 attacks declared, " The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him." George H. Bush
Three acts of terrorism that happened on 9/11 1. 2 planes crashed into the the World Trade Center 2. A plane crashed into the Pentagon 3. A plane crashed into a field in PA
What was a major change that Congress made after the 9/11 attacks? The government allowed Americans to be monitored.
Created by: tmixon13



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