Max Herman

Professor of Sociology at Rutgers University

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Assistant Professor of Sociology at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, and author of Fighting in the Streets: Ethnic Succession and Urban Unrest in 20th Century America and the forthcoming Summer of Rage: Newark and Detroit in the Summer of 1967

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Forty years ago, widespread violence broke out in Detroit and Newark, just as it had two years before in Rochester, Philadelphia and Los Angeles.

The History and Possible Future of Urban Violence in America

Forty years ago, widespread violence broke out in Detroit and Newark, just as it had two years before in Rochester, Philadelphia and Los Angeles.

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