The Annual Report of Attorney General of Georgia

The     Annual Report of     Attorney General of Georgia

reason to apprehend the outbreak of any riot , rout , tumult , insurrection , mob , or combination to oppose the enforcement of the laws by force or violence , etc. , which cannot be effectually prevented by the ordinary posse comitatus ...

Author: Georgia. Attorney-General's Office

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ISBN: MINN:31951D026352511

Category: Attorneys general's opinions

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Annual Report

Annual Report

reason to apprehend the outbreak of any riot , rout , tumult , insurrection , mob , or combination to oppose the enforcement of the laws by force or violence , etc. , which cannot be effectually prevented by the ordinary posse comitatus ...

Author: Georgia. Attorney-General's Office

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ISBN: OSU:32437011068026

Category: Attorneys general's opinions

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Terrorism in America

Terrorism in America

Riot, Rout, and Tumult: Readings in American Social and Political Violence, Contributions in American History No. 69 (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1978), pp. 146–61. Enders, Walter, and Todd Sandler, “What Do We Know about the ...

Author: J. Lutz

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230608931

Category: Political Science

Page: 213

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Terrorism is often seen as a Middle Eastern problem and terrorists are often perceived as only having a Muslim background. It may surprise many to learn that Americans are and have been terrorists since the birth of the nation. This book investigates and discusses many instances in which Americans were themselves the terrorists and the victims.
Categories: Political Science

Cultures of Darkness

Cultures of Darkness

( April 1972 ) : 187–218 ; Elizabeth M. Geffen , “ Violence in Philadelphia in the 1840s and 1850s , ” in Roger Lane and John J. Turner , eds . , Riot , Rout and Tumult : Readings in American Social and Political Violence ( Westport ...

Author: Bryan D. Palmer

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781583678183

Category: History

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Peasants, religious heretics, witches, pirates, runaway slaves, prostitutes and pornographers, frequenters of taverns and fraternal society lodge rooms, revolutionaries, blues and jazz musicians, beats, and contemporary youth gangs--those who defied authority, choosing to live outside the defining cultural dominions of early insurgent and, later, dominant capitalism are what Bryan D. Palmer calls people of the night. These lives of opposition, or otherness, were seen by the powerful as deviant, rejecting authority, and consequently threatening to the established order. Constructing a rich historical tapestry of example and experience spanning eight centuries, Palmer details lives of exclusion and challenge, as the "night travels" of the transgressors clash repeatedly with the powerful conventions of their times. Nights of liberation and exhilarating desire--sexual and social--are at the heart of this study. But so too are the dangers of darkness, as marginality is coerced into corners of pressured confinement, or the night is used as a cover for brutalizing terror, as was the case in Nazi Germany or the lynching of African Americans. Making extensive use of the interdisciplinary literature of marginality found in scholarly work in history, sociology, cultural studies, literature, anthropology, and politics, Palmer takes an unflinching look at the rise and transformation of capitalism as it was lived by the dispossessed and those stamped with the mark of otherness.
Categories: History

Report of the Penal Code of Massachusetts

Report of the Penal Code of Massachusetts

Concurrence in an intent of tumult and violence , and in any violent , tumultuous act tending to strike terror into ... It is essential to an unlawful assembly , rout or riot , that it should be such as is likely to strike terror into ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433075955355

Category: Criminal law

Page: 378

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Categories: Criminal law

The Deadly Ethnic Riot

The Deadly Ethnic Riot

Despite the presence of many elements conducive to riots, social support has been missing. ... in the Cities: A Historical View,” in Roger Lane and John J. Turner, Jr., Riot, Rout and Tumult (Westport, Conn.; Greenwood Press, 1978), pp.

Author: Donald L. Horowitz

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520236424

Category: Political Science

Page: 588

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The ethnic riot is studied in great detail, from the terrifying, unpredictability of mob psychology to the calculated political motivations behind some of the worst riots.
Categories: Political Science

A Manual of the Criminal Law of Canada

A Manual of the Criminal Law of Canada

See Consolidated Statutes , cap . 91 , s . 19 ; cap . 99 , s . 70 . RECEIVING STOLEN Goods . See Ante Page 38 . REGRATING . See Engrossing . RESCUE . See Escape . RIOT , & c . Riot , rout , unlawful assembly , tumult ...

Author: John Henry Willan

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ISBN: HARVARD:HL4BFF

Category: Criminal justice, Administration of

Page: 58

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Categories: Criminal justice, Administration of

The Dawn Broke Hot and Somber U S Race Riots of 1964

The Dawn Broke Hot and Somber  U S  Race Riots of 1964

Riot, Rout, and Tumult: Readings in American Social and Political Violence. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1978. Laraña, Enrique, Hank Johnston, and Joseph R. Gusfield, eds. New Social Movements: From Ideology to Identity.

Author: Ann V. Collins

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440837258

Category: History

Page: 164

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What were the socioeconomic conditions and factors that produced the instances in which riots erupted in northern U.S. cities in 1964? This book examines the year in American history that brought a new era in race relations to the nation. • Presents a comprehensive analysis of the violence that plagued the United States during a crucial period of race relations—information that cannot be found in a single source in the existing literature on racial violence • Offers in-depth case studies of specific riots that erupted in 1964 • Explains why riots occurred where they did in the United States • Explores the 1964 riots within the context of the broader social, economic, and political issues of the 1960s
Categories: History

Drinking

Drinking

Sage Publications , 1981 ) ; Richard Wade , “ Violence in Cities , ” in Riot , Rout and Tumult , ed . Roger Lane and John J. Turner ( Westport , Conn .: Greenwood Press , 1978 ) ; Richard Brown , Strain of Violence : Historical Studies ...

Author: Susanna Barrows

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520070852

Category: Social Science

Page: 454

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A collection of essays examine the social histories of drinking in Europe, America, and Africa
Categories: Social Science

The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism

The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism

... Riot, Rout, and Tumult: Readings in American Social and Political Violence. Contributions in American History, 69. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 292–9. Rapoport, David (1984) “Fear and Trembling: Terrorism in Three Religious ...

Author: Erica Chenoweth

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191047145

Category: Political Science

Page: 704

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The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism systematically integrates the substantial body of scholarship on terrorism and counterterrorism before and after 9/11. In doing so, it introduces scholars and practitioners to state of the art approaches, methods, and issues in studying and teaching these vital phenomena. This Handbook goes further than most existing collections by giving structure and direction to the fast-growing but somewhat disjointed field of terrorism studies. The volume locates terrorism within the wider spectrum of political violence instead of engaging in the widespread tendency towards treating terrorism as an exceptional act. Moreover, the volume makes a case for studying terrorism within its socio-historical context. Finally, the volume addresses the critique that the study of terrorism suffers from lack of theory by reviewing and extending the theoretical insights contributed by several fields - including political science, political economy, history, sociology, anthropology, criminology, law, geography, and psychology. In doing so, the volume showcases the analytical advancements and reflects on the challenges that remain since the emergence of the field in the early 1970s.
Categories: Political Science