Table of contents for Anti-genocide : building an American movement to prevent genocide / Herbert Hirsch.

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Introduction: Genocide, Politics and Human Behavior          1

Part 1: Genocide and Political Movements                        19

 1. Building a Movement to Stop Genocide                        21

 2. Genocide and Public Opinion: A Comparison of the Policy-
    Making Elite and the General Public                          39

 3. Putting Pressure on U.S. Political Institutions         57

Part II: Guilty Secrets: Genocide and the Failure of U.S.
 Foreign Policy During the Clinton and Bush Administrations  69

 4. The Failure of Prevention: Bosnia                           73

 5. A Second Failure of Prevention: The Rwandan Genocide    89

 6. Lessons from the Late Twentieth and Early Twenty-First
   Centuries: Kosovo, Clinton and Bush                          95


Part III: Genocide and the Politics of Prevention                 119

 7. A Foreign Policy to Prevent Genocide: The Practicality of
    Morality                                                      123

 8. U.S. Foreign Policy in the New Century                        143

 9. Reflections on "Ethics," "Morality" and "Responsibility":
    Thinking about a New Political Consciousness for a New
    Century                                                       151

10. Inculcating an Ethic to Prevent Genocide                      163

Conclusion: A Politics to Prevent Genocide                        175