Now that we have some understanding of who the terrorists were, it is appropriate to analyze what they did. The focus of this chapter is on terrorist events. In the preceding chapter, we maintained that a review of the biographies of terrorist celebrities, terrorist leaders who attracted great doses of personal publicity, did not provide an adequate basis for understanding the sociology of terrorists. In the same sense, a focus on a few spectacular acts of violence, a massacre or the assassination of a former prime minister, does not provide us with a clear picture of terrorist activity in general. Accordingly, our attention will be on the overall pattern of terrorist attacks committed from 1969 through 1982.