- Words: 4788
- Length: 11 Pages
- Topic: Terrorism
- Paper #: 67241031
Having known the mounting dangers, many public health and bio-terrorism experts, members of Congress and some well-positioned Bush administration officials convey increasing discomfort about what they think are flaws in the country's bio-defenses. Over the earlier years, awareness steps have been made, mainly in the large cities. But most of necessary equipments are not available.
The federal government's standard answer to the anthrax assaults of 2001 and the warning of