Anthropologist Scott Atran spent years talking to terrorists. In his new book he argues that terrorists don't die for a cause, but for each other. We'll explore the social lives of terrorists, and how things are changing in Afghanistan with a new generation of fighters. Rebroadcast from November 22, 2010.
Scott Atran, anthropologist at the National Center for Scientific Research in Paris, France, the University of Michigan and John Jay College; author of Talking to the Enemy: Faith, Brotherhood and the (Un)making of Terrorists.