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'Paying the Butcher's Bill': Policing British Colonial Protest after 1918
Crime, History & Societies
The text is a facsimile of the print edition. © Droz This article reconsiders the forms and functions of colonial police actions in the repression of organized dissent. In part, it is a study of changing patterns of repressive behaviour in worsening economic conditions, an approach which explains the concentration on the inter-war period, cleaved as it was by the acute economic disruptions of the Depression years. In part, it is an investigation of the connections between perception and action.doi:10.4000/chs.1288 fatcat:ai7ziqu4d5ct5p36yaaopnxx7u