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This is a copy of a case study of The American Indian Movement by Timothy Baylor. This study proposed to examine the antecedent and conditional factors which determined whether a government intervenes in a social movement to facilitate it or to repress the movement by examining the forms of intervention specifically those used by the FBI in the case of the American Indian Movement. Attached to this manuscript are letters and invitations to events pertinent to the AIM.
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Native American Studies
Factors influencing mobilization, history, Movement or challenger, the government and agents of social control, strategies and tactics of social control, the use of social control against AIM
Baylor, Timothy. "American Indian Movement (AIM)." (1996). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/lhnac/66