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Machine generated contents note: 1. Portrait of Hooliganism and the Hooligan during the Khrushchev Period -- 2. Private Matters or Public Crimes? The Emergence of Domestic Hooliganism in Soviet Russia -- 3. Making Hooliganism on a Mass Scale: The Campaign against Petty Hooliganism -- 4. Empowering Public Activism: The Khrushchev-Era Campaign to Mobilize Obshchestvennost' in the Fight against Hooliganism -- 5. Rise and Fall of the Soft Line on Petty Crime.
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