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Protest and the urban guerrilla

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Protest and the urban guerrilla

In Munich, eleven Olympic athletes are publicly kidnapped by armed Arab terrorists and bound, blindfolded and shot; a bomb kills and mains 137 people in a Belfast cafe; in Londonderry Ira gunmen - with North Koreans and Algerians in their ranks and crucifixes round their necks - put a hood over the head of a fellow Catholic and shoot him in the back of the head; American students parade violence under the slogan of "Peace"; in Montreal kidnappers hold a British diplomat to ransom and strangle a French-Canadian Minister; British NATO technicians are abducted and murdered by Turkish "freedom fighters".

...... In place of armies at war, personal violence has been international. What could be an age of unprecedented growth and prosperity has become an age of world-wide lawlessness and violence.

Published 1973. First edition.
Good condition, some foxing to pages
Dustjacket shelf worn, but not damaged

Written by Richard Clutterbuck
Published by Cassell

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Author(s):
Clutterbuck, R.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0304290440
ISBN-13:
9780304290444
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Cassell
Title:
Protest and the urban guerrilla

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Protest and the urban guerrilla

In Munich, eleven Olympic athletes are publicly kidnapped by armed Arab terrorists and bound, blindfolded and shot; a bomb kills and mains 137 people in a Belfast cafe; in Londonderry Ira gunmen - with North Koreans and Algerians in their ranks and crucifixes round their necks - put a hood over the head of a fellow Catholic and shoot him in the back of the head; American students parade violence under the slogan of "Peace"; in Montreal kidnappers hold a British diplomat to ransom and strangle a French-Canadian Minister; British NATO technicians are abducted and murdered by Turkish "freedom fighters".

...... In place of armies at war, personal violence has been international. What could be an age of unprecedented growth and prosperity has become an age of world-wide lawlessness and violence.

Published 1973. First edition.
Good condition, some foxing to pages
Dustjacket shelf worn, but not damaged

Written by Richard Clutterbuck
Published by Cassell

Author(s):
Clutterbuck, R.
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0304290440
ISBN-13:
9780304290444
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Cassell
Title:
Protest and the urban guerrilla

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