Putting the State on Trial

Putting the State on Trial

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When the G20 Summit was held in Toronto in June 2010, people were shocked to see security forces acting in ways that appeared foreign and frightening. The riot gear, surveillance, mass arrests, and physical abuse of citizens were all indicative of an out-of-control policing operation. The conflict sparked widespread public outrage and calls for a public inquiry, but to no avail. Putting the State on Trial: The Policing of Protest during the G20 Summit provides a much-needed critical analysis of this event. Ultimately, the book sheds a sharp light on policing, accountability, democracy, and what appears to be a changing relationship between the state and the citizenry.Abrahamsen, Rita, Don Hubert, and Michael C. William. a€œGuest Editorsa#39; ... Anthony, Russell J., and Alastair R. Lucas. A Handbook on the ... Paroxysms, 14 May 2011. https://paroxysms.ca/2011/05/14/ atip-update-process-manual/. Babbageanbsp;...

Title:Putting the State on Trial
Author: Margaret E. Beare, Nathalie Des Rosiers, Abigail C. Deshman
Publisher:UBC Press - 2014-12-15

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