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reality, experts say, the typical American's risk of dying from an anthrax-laced letter is minute. There is a much better chance of dying in a car crash, as an estimated 40,000 Americans do every year.
"Rationally, this is absurd," says Milton Schwebel, a Rutgers University professor emeritus and terror psychology expert. "One person has died. We're at war, this is very little. The terrorists have been very effective in undermining our morale and that's a pity."