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|813.54 A.P.R 1988 Robot adept /||813.54 A.R.S 1981 Shadows of Sanctuary /||813.54 A.T.S 1981 the secret whispers||813.54 B.B.A 1991 Among the thugs /||813.54 B.B.A 2004 As good as dead /||813.54 B.B.D 1994 Death dream /||813.54 B.B.E 1988 East of the sun /|
mong the Thugs: The Experience, and the Seduction, of Crowd Violence is a 1990 work of journalism by American writer Bill Buford documenting football hooliganism in the United Kingdom.
Buford, who lived in the UK at the time, became interested in crowd hooliganism when, on his way home from Cardiff in 1982 he boarded a train that was commandeered by supporters coming from a football match. He spent the next eight years going to football matches, befriending supporters, and witnessing riots, resulting in this book.