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How might cultural, socioeconomic, or political factors lead someone to become a terrorist or a criminal?

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    Angry people are most apt to become terrorists or criminals. What factors in various cultures, socioeconomic status, and politics might make people that angry?

    We'll be glad to critique your answer.

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    Although anger is a component, it takes more than anger. Other, more peaceful methods for dealing with their frustrations are blocked or unavailable. Even if they are available, they are not seen as viable options. (They don't think that they will work.)

    The frustrations or the "cause" must be great enough (to them) to cause them to act.

    I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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