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The collection is comprised of the reports created as a result of two seminars and a conference related to a critque of the McCone Report following the 1965 Los Angeles civil unrest. In addition to the reports directly related to the seminars and conference, the materials include documents from training programs for U.S. Air Force Security and Law Enforcement Officers for 1965, 1966, and 1967. These publications were the result of work done through USC with Air Force Law Enforcement personnel to help them establish skills in administration and in dealing with race relations, relative to the work done on the McCone report. Each of the participants was assigned a different city administrator -- many of whom had been educated at the USC School of Public Administration -- to gain experience, share ideas, and prepare a written report.

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