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The urban riots of the 1960s were catalyzing events: a violent coda to an earlier period of attempts at peaceful revolution and change. The bibliography focuses on items that are readily available in the Law Library
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Baltimore City’s Liability for Riot Damage: The Mayor as Conservator of the Peace (Mayor & City Council of Baltimore v. Silver). Maryland Law Review. Student Note.

Baltimore’s riots remembered. Originally published in the Baltimore Sun. Access via National Newspapers online. Gadi Dechter. 2007

“Burn Baby, Burn:” Small Business in the Urban Riots of the 1960s. The Independent Review. Jonathan B. Bean. 2000

All the Rioting That's Fit to Print: Selection Effects in National Newspaper Coverage of Civil Disorders, 1968-1969. American Sociological Review.  Daniel J. Myers; Beth Schaefer Caniglia.  2004

Lawyer’s and America’s Urban Crisis. American Bar Association Journal.  Hubert H. Humphrey.  1967

Poverty, Segregation, and Race Riots: 1960 to 1993. American Sociological Review.  Susan Olzak, et al.  1996.

The Impact of Urban Riots on Urban Expenditures. American Journal of Political Science. Susan Welch. 1975


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