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A time of terror : how democratic societies respond to revolutionary violence
Bell, J. Bowyer, 1931-
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Publication Information:
New York : Basic Books, [1978]

Physical Description:
xii, 292 pages ; 22 cm
General Note:
"Written under the auspicies of the Institute of War and Peace Studies Columbia University."

Includes index.
Reading Level:
1300 Lexile.
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Central Library HV6431 .B43 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks

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Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Part 1 A Time of Terrorp. 1
Chapter 2 The Structure of Violencep. 36
Chapter 3 The Emerging Threat, 1968-1971p. 58
Part 2 The Response: Uncertain Remedies to Real Threatsp. 73
Chapter 4 National Policies: the First Round, 1970-1973p. 78
Chapter 5 International Analysis: the Common Wisdomp. 94
Chapter 6 Society at Peril: the Vulnerabilities Made Manifestp. 106
Chapter 7 Society at Peril: the Techniques and Tactics of Safeguardsp. 124
Chapter 8 Society at Peril: Law, Order, and Justicep. 150
Chapter 9 National Policies: the Second Round, 1973-1977p. 168
Part 3 The Response: Strategies of the Threatenedp. 199
Chapter 10 The Irish Experience: Democracy and Armed Conspiracy, 1922-1977p. 204
Chapter 11 The Italian Experience: Democracy and Armed Dissent, 1946-1977p. 234
Part 4 Conclusionp. 261
Chapter 12 An Appropriate Responsep. 263
Conclusionp. 275
Bibliographyp. 280
Indexp. 286

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