The police rebellion; a quest for blue power, by William J. Bopp. With a foreword by Charles M. Unkovic.
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Police -- Labor unions -- United States.
Police -- United States.
x, 217 p. 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
The police rebellion, by W. J. Bopp.--Why cops hate liberals - and vice versa, by S. M. Lipset.--Police service reforms are overdue, by D. G. Alexander.--Who's in charge here? By H. Goldstein.--The politics of blue power, by E. Cray.--Cops in politics: a threat to democracy? By M. Gunther.--Police role in political affairs, by H. E. Knox.--Police are developing new political muscle, by D. Hope.--Unionization, new dues structure are main topics at ICPA conference, by W. P. O'Brien.--Civil service unionism: how to avert another strike, by T. J. Cooney.--Police unions, by D. O. Schultz.--Self-help for the thin blue line, by B. Arthur.--The era of police collective bargaining, by H. W. More.--The police pay problem, by F. M. Nevling.--May off-duty police take part in civil rights demonstrations? By D. S. C. Liu.--The New York City referendum on civilian review, by W. J. Bopp.--The epidemic in Pittstown, by T. Kennedy.--The Detroit police revolt, by W. J. Bopp.--The patrolmen in Boston, by W. J. Bopp.--Incident at Vallejo, by W. J. Bopp.--Black versus white in the station house, by R. A. Jones.
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