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NCJ Number: 31512 Find in a Library
Title: VIOLENCE IN THE UNITED STATES - RIOTS, STRIKES, PROTEST AND SUPPRESSION - A WORKING BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
Corporate Author: John F Kennedy-Institut Fuer Nordamerikastudien Freie Universitaet Berlin
Germany (Unified)
Editor(s): D HOERDER
Date Published: 1973
Page Count: 172
Sponsoring Agency: John F Kennedy-Institut Fuer Nordamerikastudien Freie Universitaet Berlin
1000 Berlin, Germany United
Publication Number: MATERIALIEN 2
Type: Bibliography
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: LISTING OF ALMOST 2000 BOOKS, JOURNAL ARTICLES, AND REPORTS PUBLISHED IN BOTH THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURY DEALING WITH OPPOSITIONAL VIOLENCE VOICING SOCIAL DISCONTENT AND ITS HISTORY.
Abstract: THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY IS DIVIDED INTO THREE SUBJECT CATEGORIES - GENERAL LITERATURE ON CROWDS AND VIOLENCE, VIOLENCE IN MAINSTREAM AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE THE EUROPEAN COLONIZATION, AND VIOLENCE AGAINST AND BY RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND RELIGIOUS MINORITIES IN AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE THE EUROPEAN COLONIZATION. THE APPENDIX CONTAINS A CHRONOLOGY OF IMPORTANT RIOTS AND REBELLIONS, DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNTS OF SELECTED VIOLENT EVENTS THROUGHOUT HISTORY, AND AN AUTHOR'S INDEX.
Index Term(s): Canada; Civil disorders; Collective violence; Student disorders
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