Nous remercions les participants du Symposium on Nonviolent Research à l’Université of Tromsø en Norvège, Sean Scalmer, John Guidry, Sidney Tarrow, Charles Tilly, and nos relecteurs pour leus commentaires utiles. Addressez la correspondance to: Sean Chabot, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Eastern Washington University, 314 Patterson Hall, Cheney, WA 99004; e-mail: email@example.com.
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