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Goldstein, J. (1969). On the Function of Criminal Law in Riot Control. Psychoanal. St. Child, 24:463-487.

(1969). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 24:463-487

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On the Function of Criminal Law in Riot Control

Joseph Goldstein, Ph.D.

What can and should be the function of the criminal law in the control and regulation of riots? That is the question on which this essay will focus. It covers a relatively small, though complex, segment of a much larger problem in law—reaching the underlying causes of riots. That problem is of continuing concern to all agencies of decision in law—legislative, executive, and judicial.

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