Should people be worried about terror? | The Tylt

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Americans are on edge after an ISIS-linked stabbing in Minnesota, and a series of failed bombings in New York and New Jersey. Politicians are calling for calm in the wake of the attempted bombings in New York and New Jersey. They say that being afraid and changing how you live means the terrorists win. However others are calling for a tougher response against terrorists. Trump argues that America's refusal to use discriminatory tactics like racial profiling makes it easier for terrorists to operate openly. 

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Politicians called for calm and vigilance in the wake of the attempted bombings. Radically changing our lives and behavior because of terror is what terrorists want. 

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Some people aren’t worrying too much about terror attacks because statistically, they don’t happen very often.

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They’re refusing to let the attacks change the way they conduct their lives.

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Others are changing their behavior because they’re scared of what could happen. Better be safe than sorry. 

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They want decisive action against people who want to harm America.

FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Should people be worried about terror?
#notAfraidOfTerror
A festive crown for the winner
#weAreAtWar