Race, Riots and Policing: Lore and Disorder in a Multi-racist Society

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UCL Press, 1993 - Social Science - 280 pages
Contrasts common explanations of police/black conflict with the local experience of communities involved in inner city uprisings in the 1980s. Keith convincingly argues that the misrepresentation of conflict has contributed to institutionalized racism.

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Excellent overview of race and policing in the contaxt of the 1980s unrest.

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