Whitfield, James (2004). Unhappy Dialogue: The Metropolitan police and black Londoners in post-war Britain. England: Willan Publishing.
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This book is concerned with the origins of the often difficult relationship between the Metropolitan Police and London's West Indian community, and is the first detailed account of the relationship between them during the crucial early decades of largescale immigration. It shows how and why the early seeds of mistrust between police and black immigrants were sown, culminating in the subsequent riots and public enquiries - in particular the Scarman and MacPherson enquiries.
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|Keywords:||Metropolitan; dialogue; post-war; Britain|
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|Date Deposited:||15 Aug 2007|
|Last Modified:||24 Jul 2014 09:25|
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