Riots, insurrections, guerrilla movements, civil wars—all forms of internal conflict are increasing throughout the world. The conditions that breed domestic violence in the Third World persist, and events in Ulster and Quebec have shown that more advanced industrial countries are not immune from civil disorder. The subject of James E. Bond's book—how can we regulate civil guerrilla warfare?—is therefore one of the most critical questions of our time.
Originally published in 1974.
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