Violence in the Model City : the Cavanagh administration, race relations, and the Detroit Riot of 1967 /
On July 23, 1967, the Detroit police raided a blind pig (after-hours drinking establishment), touching off the most destructive urban riot of the 1960s. It took the U.S. Army, the Michigan National Guard, the Michigan State Police, and the Detroit police department - 17,000 men - more than a week to...
East Lansing :
Michigan State University Press,
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