The recent attacks of terrorists (especially in Europe) reminded me that 120 or so years ago, we went through this. You can see it in Chesterton’s The Man who was Thursday. The anarchist bombings seem to have been as random and ultimately ineffective as the current terrorists’ actions.
That said, I don’t know much more about that time than what I’ve written. How did the people of the late 19th century address their terrorists? Were they able to do anything except outlast the nuts?
“We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” - F.D.R.
“I am thinking and feeling, not only feeling.” - A.E. Van Vogt