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(3) Driving the mob to that part of the city where the
majority of the people constituting the mob lives.
(BARRICADE MAY BE
MOB BEING DRIVEN
NORTH AND EAST.
Figure 9. A method of driving mob from in front of a building.
(4) Securing possession of vital points within the city,
such as public utilities, communication and transportation
facilities, manufacturing centers, and business areas.
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