The Rebels: A Brotherhood of Outlaw Bikers

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University of Toronto Press, 1991 - Social Science - 372 pages
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The image of the outlaw biker is widely recognize in North American society. The reality is only known to insiders. To study the phenomenon of outlaw biker clubs, anthropologist Daniel Wolf bridged the gap between image and reality by becoming an insider.

  

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Does anyone know if he was trying to write another book or at least gather information?
I am thinking Penticton 94-95 and what happened to him?

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A fascinating glimpse into unseen world of 'outlaw' bikers. Read full review

Contents

Part Three The Dynamics of Outlaw Sex and Gender
131
Part Four Living in an Outlaw Bikers World
165
Financing a Subculture
247
Distribution of Power
271
Alliance Invasion Warfare
306
Retrospect and Prospect
339
A Motorcycle Club Constitutions
351
B Summary Guide and Activity Chart for Group Participation
361
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Daniel R. Wolf teaches anthropology at the University of Prince Edward Island.

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