Findlay, M. (2007) Terrorism and relative justice. Crime, Law and Social Change, 47 (1). pp. 57-68. ISSN 0925 - 4994Full text available as:
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Terrorist violence and violent justice responses have much in common. While contextually dependant, both forms of violence lay claim to contestred legitimacies. The relationships between terrorism and justice responses require both theoretical and empirical examination if the prospects for controlling the violence they perpetrate is to be sharpened.
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