The logic and prevention of mass political murder daniel chirot clark mccauley on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers genocide mass murder massacres the words themselves are chilling evoking images of the slaughter of countless innocents. Why not kill them all is an excellent book that adopts a fresh and complex approach to the problem of mass killings in a study that ranges widely around the globe and through history chirot and mccauley demonstrate that genocides and other large scale atrocities are relatively rare events. The subtitle of this book is called the logic and prevention of mass political murder to the authors credit they do a wonderful job of explaining the logic and causes of genocidal events the reasons for the act of genocide they argue are usually some combination of convenience revenge fear of extermination and a fear of polluted purity. Why not kill them all the logic and prevention of mass political murder review david d laitin journal of interdisciplinary history volume 38 number 2 autumn 2007. Why not kill them all the logic and prevention of mass political murder review david d laitin to explore not only the psychological sources of mass murder but also the social sources of its containment the authors have a capacious definition of mass political murder unlike many tracts that portray the holocaust as unique chirot and
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