Classification 176: Anti-Riot Laws
This classification was established in 1968 to investigate possible violations of the anti-riot provisions of the Civil Right Act of 1968. This included the investigation of individuals who crossed national or state boundaries in order to participate in any type of civil disorder. Anyone or any group teaching or demonstrating the use of firearms, explosives, or incendiary devices which interfered with interstate commerce or a federal protected activity was investigated.
NARA holdings for Classification 176: Anti-Riot Laws
The following records under Classification 176: Anti-Riot Laws are not yet described in NARA's online catalog. Please contact NARA's Special Access Program at specialaccess_FOIA@nara.gov with your reference request.
|Record Group||Finding Aid Entry||Series Title|
|65||UD UP 146||Classification 176 - Field Office Case Files (Pittsburgh, Salt Lake, Seattle, Washington)|
|65||UD UP 25||Classification 176 - Field Office Case Files and Index|
|65||A1 104||Classification 176 - Headquarters and Field Office Case Files and Indexes, 1968-1971|
|65||UD UP 17||Classification 176 - Headquarters and Field Office Case Files|
|65||UD UP 26||Classification 176 - Headquarters Case Files|
|65||UD UP 25 A||Classification 176 - Headquarters File 176-1677|
|65||UD UP 142||Classification 176 - Seattle Field Office, Case File 1976-66|
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