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Riots: Legal Aspects - Bibliography

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Casenote. "Criminal Law—Riot: What Constitutes." Oregon Law Review 18 (1939): 254–259.

Comment. "The Michigan Revised Criminal Code and Offense against Public Order." Wayne Law Review 14 (1968): 986–1006.

Comment. "Wisconsin's Disorderly Conduct Statute: Why It Should Be Changed." Wisconsin Law Review (1969): 602–626.

DUCHARME, GERALD D., and EICKHOLT, EUGENE H. "State Riot Laws: A Proposal." Journal of Urban Law 45 (1968): 713–734.

HAWKINS, WILLIAM. A Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown; or, A System of the Principal Matters Relating to That Subject, Digested under Proper Heads. 2 vols. 8th ed., rev. and enlarged by John Curwood. London: S. Sweet, 1824.

HECHTMAN, ARNOLD D. Practice Commentary on Section 240.04. New York Penal Law (McKinney). St. Paul: West, 1980, pp. 250–251.

Note. "California's Urging to Riot Law." San Diego Law Review 4 (1967): 118–140.

Note. "The King's Peace: Riot Law in Its Historical Perspective." Utah Law Review (1971): 240–258.

Note. "Legislation and Riots: Interaction." Brooklyn Law Review 35 (1969): 472–485.

Note. "Virginia's Legislative Response to Riots and Their Underlying Causes." Virginia Law Review 54 (1968): 1031–1063.

ROBINSON, PAUL. "Riot Responsibility." New York State Bar Journal 66 (1993): 6–8.

Survey. "The Long, Hot Summer: A Legal View." Notre Dame Lawyer 43 (1968): 913–1016.

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