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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: Mass Killing in Historical and Theoretical Perspective 1. Mass Killing and Genocide 2. The Perpetrators and the Public 3. The Strategic Logic of Mass Killing 4. Communist Mass Killings: The Soviet Union, China, and Cambodia 5. Ethnic Mass Killings: Nazi Germany, Armenia, and Rwanda 6. Counterguerrilla Mass Killings: Guatemala and Afghanistan Conclusion: Anticipating and Preventing Mass Killing Notes Index
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