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NCJ Number: 76461 Find in a Library
Title: Textbooks of Political Violence - A Selected Bibliography (From Clandestine Tactics and Technology - A Technical and Background Intelligence Data Service, Volume 2 - See NCJ-77150)
Author(s): F M Watson
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 20
Sponsoring Agency: International Assoc of Chiefs of Police
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Sale Source: International Assoc of Chiefs of Police
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Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: A rationale for studying terrorist literature is given. A bibliography compiled by a guerrilla organization is presented, and a bibliography created for students of terrorism is provided.
Abstract: The article suggests that studies of revolutionary and terrorist publications are necessary if the goals, objectives, and tactics of these organizations are to be understood. Terrorist literature covers basic indoctrination, interpretations of current conditions, and administrative and occupational details. A bibliography produced by the Liberated Guardian includes recommended readings in these areas, other general readings, and case studies. About 90 items are included in this section; recommended items are noted. The second bibliography consists of about 60 annotated entries by terrorist theorists and practitioners and by government agencies and independent authors.
Index Term(s): Literature reviews; Terrorism/Mass Violence
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