After the Sept. 11, 2001, the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) was created to keep the American people safe from future terrorist attacks. According to Clark Kent Ervin, the U.S. has failed to take measures to protect vital and vulnerable areas, industries, and locations from terrorist attacks. In his new book, Open Target, Mr. Ervin looks at the mismanagement and security flaws at DHS and identifies the numerous ways that the U.S. still remains open to terrorist attacks through airlines, ports, mass transit, and our infrastructure such as our water supply. He also discusses the agency's fragmented intelligence capabilities and outlines the steps that the U.S. should be taking to prepare and defend ourselves.moreless
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