Street gangs are active in many of America’s cities, promoting and perpetuating violence and fear. The causes are often attributed to racism, economic status, and illegal drug activities. Experts in the field are searching for effective methods of dealing with teenage gang violence, one of our most desperate social problems.
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CQ Researcher, October 11, 1991.
Facts on File
Knox, George W. National Gangs Resource Handbook: An Encyclopedic Reference, 1995.
EBSCO Magazine Article Summaries
NewsBank and other newspaper indexes
Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature
SIRS (Social Issues Resources Series)