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Status: Complete


Spring 1982
Prof. Van Horne

V. --- 2nd Mit-Term ---
Political Violence: Terrorism, Assassination, Urban Guerrilla Warfare, Riot/
Revolt/Revolution/Rebellion Coup d' etat, Revolution.

*Yonah Alexander (ed.), Terrorism: Theory and Practice, (all).
Carl Friedrich (ed.), Revolution, pp. 53-74; 217-246.
Murray C. Mavens, Carl Leiden.
Karl M. Schmitt, Assassination and Terrorism: Their Modern Dimensions, (all).
*Graham, ,op. cit., pp. 49-76; 307-347; 411-436.
Richard Clutterbuck, Protest and the Urban Guerrilla, (all).
(Law Enforcement Assistance Administration) Terrorism and Disorder.
David C. Rapoport, Assassination and Terrorism.
F. Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth.
V. I. Lentin, Two Tactics.
_____, The State and Revolution.
Carol Edler Baumann, The Diplomatic Kidnappings: A Revolutionary Tactic of
Urban Terrorism.
Ralph W. Conant, The Prospects for Revolution.
V.O. Nguyen Glap, Military Art of People's War.
_______Banner of People's War: The Party's Military Line.
James R. Ross, The War Within: Violence or Non-Violence in the Black Revolution.
Ted Henderick, Political Violence.

VI. The Effects of Violence: A Cost Benefit Analysis.

E. Cleaver, Soul on Ice.
The Autobiography of Malcolm X. (Alex Haley).
J. Feagin, Ghetto Revolts: The Politics of Violence in America.
Stefan A. Pasternak, Violence and Victims.
Michael Stohl, War and Domestic Political Violence, (all).
Simon Dintz, (ed), In Fear of Each Other: Studies of Dangerousness in America.
Robert M. Conner, (ed), Urban Riots: Violence and Social Change.
Hans Toch, Peacekeeping: Police, Prisons, and Violence.

VII: Conclusion: "Every day is a good day to be born, every day is a good day to die."
(Pope John XXIII). The creative possibilities and destructive actualities of
violence in the city revisited.

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