The Criminalization of Protest

Balko, Radley
January 2010
Reason;Jan2010, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p46
In this article the author discusses the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania G-20 summit which took place in September, 2009. He mentions that among the various classes of protests the anti-globalization marches are the most destructive ones. He states that the videos, witness and photographs of the summit showed the overwhelming force of the police.


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