How to Handle Demonstrations

December 1966
Time;12/9/1966, Vol. 88 Issue 24, p65
The article reports on the strategies of the U.S. police forces in order to manage the demonstrations in the country in the 1960s. It states that a new specialist command called civil-disobedience squad has been developed by police officers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to control social violence in the state. It notes that the specialist team consisted of 24 members including a sergeant, policemen and a lieutenant.


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