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Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: The Globalization of Evil Chapter 2: Is Evil Funny? Chapter 3: What Is Evil Like? Chapter 4: Why Do They Do It? Chapter 5: The Hermit's Tale Chapter 6: Evil As A Learning Experience Chapter 7: The Axis of Wrong Chapter 8: Sarajevo: Lex Talionis Chapter 9: Evil and Youth and War Chapter 10: Jean Valjean at Wendy's Chapter 11: Who Is To Blame? Chapter 12: The Axe in Space Chapter 13: What Have Children To Do With It? Chapter 14: Is America Evil? Chapter 15: Do You Know Anyone Who Is Evil? Chapter 16: The Rattlesnake in the Mailbox Chapter 17: Permissible Evil Chapter 18: Taking Responsibility for the Regime Chapter 19: Evil in the Office Chapter 20: The Consolations of Literature Chapter 21: Us and Them Chapter 22: The Faces of Evil Chapter 23: The Meaning of Hatred Chapter 24: Sade, Cobain, and the Pleasures of Evil Chapter 25: Explanations and Rationales Chapter 26: The Limits of Silence Chapter 27: The Argument from Design Chapter 28: It Is Always A Story Chapter 29: The Lessons of Mein Kampf Chapter 30: The Evil of the Age Chapter 31: The Evil Quest for Purity Chapter 32: Is Evil Necessary? Chapter 33: Czerniakow's Choice Chapter 34: Hope
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Good and evil