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Characteristics of Successful American Protest Groups: Another Look at Gamson's Strategy of Social Protest

Characteristics of Successful American Protest Groups: Another Look at Gamson's Strategy of Social Protest

American Journal of Sociology 98(2): 368-387

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DOI: 10.2307/2781866

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