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Black politics, the inevitability of conflict; readings [compiled by] Edward S. Greenberg, Neal Milner [and] David J. Olson.

; Milner, Neal A., compiler ; Olson, David J., 1941-2012, compiler
New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1971] .
ISBN 0030847397, 9780030847394

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Other Authors Milner, Neal A.,
Olson, David J., 1941-2012,
Subjects African Americans -- Politics and government.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
Police-community relations.
Description ix, 374 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Blacks and the American political process: Introduction: Models of the political process: implications for the Black community, by E.S. Greenberg. The Social and economic status of the Negro in the United States, by S.C. Drake. Stable unrepresentation in American society, by W.A. Gamson. The myth o f coalition, by S. Carmichael and C.V. Hamilton. The impact of Negro voting, by W. Keech. Black powerlessness in Chicago, by H. Baron. Black control of cities, by F.F. Piven and R.A. Cloward. Machine politics -- old and new, by T.J. Lowi. Welfare for whom? By R.A. Cloward and F.F. Piven. -- Pluralism, professionalization and police reform: Introduction: The biases of police reform, by N. Milner. How much "Police brutality" is there? By A.J. Reiss. The police, by National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. Police in the ghetto, by National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. The politics o f protest, by National Commission on Civil Disorders. Civilian review boards, by A. Niederhoffer. What makes a better policeman? By J.Q. Wilson. Cops in the ghetto: a problem of the police system, by B. Levy. -- Escalated conflict and violence as nonconventional political forms: Introduction: Black violence as political protest, by D.J. Olson. Concerning dissent and civil disobedience, by A. Fortas. Racial crisis in America: leadership in conflict, by L. Killian and C. Grigg. Black violence i n the 20th century: a study in rhetoric and retaliation, by A. Meier and E. Rudwick. The meaning of creative disorder, by A.I. Waskow. From riot to revolution, by T. Hayden. The functions of racial conflict, by J.S. Himes. Some social functions of violence, by L.A. Coser. Violence, law, and the social process, by H.L. Nieburg. Social response to collective behavior, by J.H. Skolnick.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)174349
(OCoLC)ocm00174349
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WorldCat Identities Greenberg, Edward S., 1942-
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