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  Women and Terrorism Thursday 17 January 2002  
Since September 11th there has been much debate about the causes of terrorism.

In the 1960s, feminist and radical Robin Morgan, was involved acts of terrorism and has since written a book, The Demon Lover: The Roots of Terrorism. In it she attempts to understand the link between terrorism, patriarchy and her own experiences.
Carrie Hamilton is expert on the terrorist organisation, ETA. She joins Jenni, along with Robin Morgan, to discuss the issues the book raises and what happens to women who join terrorist organisations.
The Demon Lover by Robin Morgan, Piatkus Books; ISBN: 0749923121, £12.99


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