The psychology of genocide and violent oppression : a study of mass cruelty from Nazi Germany to Rwanda / Richard Morrock.
"This book provides a view into the root causes of genocide, looking beyond the surface into the underlying psychology of violence and oppression. The author argues that genocide does not simply occur at the hands of dictators or tyrannical despots, but at the hands of ordinary citizens whose pain and oppression forces them to follow a leader "--Provided by publisher.
- Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2010
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