Social Protests in the 1990s: Planning a Response

By Captain Garry Allgeyer

During the 1990s, many communities have witnessed resurgence in protests and civil disobedience demonstrations reminiscent of the civil rights and antiwar movements of earlier decades. Major issues today include abortion, nuclear proliferation, environmental protection, service and access rights of the physically challenged, and continued civil rights concerns. Any community with product- or service-oriented businesses or military installations may be targeted for action, either by local activists or national organizations.

This article appeared in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.

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