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A riot is an event of public diorder by a large group, usually involving violence.  Their causes can been found in a variety of social, economic or political factors.
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A '''riot''' is an event of public disorder by a large group, usually involving violence.  Their causes can been found in a variety of social, economic or political factors.
  
 
Example of riots in the United States include the following examples:
 
Example of riots in the United States include the following examples:
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* The 1949 [[Peekskill Riots]]
 
* The 1967 Detroit riots
 
* The 1967 Detroit riots
 
* The 1992 [[Los Angeles]] riots
 
* The 1992 [[Los Angeles]] riots

Revision as of 01:21, 3 September 2008

A riot is an event of public disorder by a large group, usually involving violence. Their causes can been found in a variety of social, economic or political factors.

Example of riots in the United States include the following examples: