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Re-issue of journalist Ron Porambo's in-depth study of the riots and their aftermath. Based on extensive interviews. With an new introduction by Warren Slout and an afterward by Fred Bruning. Available?
No Cause for Indictment: An Autopsy of Newark.
Ron Porambo. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. Available?
Albert Bergesen. Journal of Black Studies 12(3), March 1982, 261-274.
Examines the specific circumstances of death for each person killed during the 1967 Detroit and Newark riots.
Urban Race Riots.
Introduction by Michael R. Belknap. New York, Garland Pub., 1991.
A volume of the Civil Rights, the White House, and the Justice Department, 1945-1968 series. Chronological arrangement of a wide range of documents
(memos, letters, speeches, papers) dealing with the Detroit and Newark riots.
Using six newspapers as primary sources, Dockray examines the riots from an architectural point of view and concludes that "the rioting only began as such when a series of institutions defined certain actions as a "riot" and launched a complex struggle over the definition of space." Research supported by the Institute for Advanced Architecture