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A huge sense of victory for Americans as they learn that Navy Seals were able to kill the spiritual leader of Al Qaeda. OSU Cascades Political Science professor Jim Foster says although there's a network of terrorist cells that compromise Al Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden's death is a huge accomplishment: “Psychologically, symbolically, Osama Bin Laden's death has got to be a real tonic, its also is a reassertion of America’s ability to reach out and attack those enemies who have declared war on us.” Professor Foster says there is not a sense of euphoria on campus, but instead pride in our military and intelligence and a sense of satisfaction that we finally got the man who declared war on America.

 

 

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