Difference between revisions of "Americans for Victory Over Terrorism"

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'''Americans for Victory over Terrorism''' was founded by a number of conservatives led by former [[US Education Secretary]] [[William Bennett]] to press for an aggressive "[[war on terror]]".<ref>http://rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/Americans_for_Victory_over_Terrorism/</ref>
 
'''Americans for Victory over Terrorism''' was founded by a number of conservatives led by former [[US Education Secretary]] [[William Bennett]] to press for an aggressive "[[war on terror]]".<ref>http://rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/Americans_for_Victory_over_Terrorism/</ref>

Latest revision as of 15:04, 30 September 2017

Group.png Americans for Victory Over Terrorism
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AbbreviationAVOT
FormationMarch 2002
FounderWilliam Bennett
Parent organizationProject for the New American Century

Americans for Victory over Terrorism was founded by a number of conservatives led by former US Education Secretary William Bennett to press for an aggressive "war on terror".[1]

Evolution

By 2005, AVOT had merged with the Claremont Institute.


References


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