The Detroit Riot of July 1967; a Psychological, Social and Economic Profile of 500 Arrestees.

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Title

The Detroit Riot of July 1967; a Psychological, Social and Economic Profile of 500 Arrestees.

Subject

Education
Employment
Race riots
Detroit (Michigan)

Description

Interview results of arrestees made ten days after Riots started, showed more than half were over twenty-five, some 85% had some high school education, 75% were employed, and "moderates" outnumbered "militants."

Creator

Lachman, Sheldon J.
Singer, Benjamin D.

Source

Wayne State University

Publisher

Detroit

Date

1968

Contributor

Behavior Research Institute

Relation

Catalog entry (Wayne State University): http://elibrary.wayne.edu/record=b1865503~S47

Identifier

625

Coverage

72 pages

Citation

Lachman, Sheldon J. and Singer, Benjamin D., “The Detroit Riot of July 1967; a Psychological, Social and Economic Profile of 500 Arrestees. ,” Michigan Black History Bibliography, accessed December 4, 2020, http://mbhb.reuther.wayne.edu/items/show/715.