Violent State Repression, Round 2

This month, we have a second round of contributions on violent state repression. Last month’s first round of essays brought up a variety of ideas and potential solutions to understanding violent state repression, and we have asked contributors to the second round to weave some reactions to points raised in the previous posts into their original insights on the topic. Contributors to the first round of essays for the social movement failure topic certainly offered a lot of great material for this kind of exchange. We hope you enjoy these new contributions on this important topic:

Round 2 Contributions:

Dana M. Moss, University of California, Irvine (essay)
Sharon Erickson Nepstad, University of New Mexico (essay)
Peter B. Owens, University of California, Irvine (essay)

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