The Global Rise Of Genocide And TerroreBook - 2002
Mass Hate explores why the brutality of humankind has erupted and flowed more expansively in the 20th century than ever before. Psychologist Kressel recommends specific steps to help stem this bloody global tide of slaughter, terror and genocide. In his investigation, Professor Kressel focuses on the horrifying butchery in Rwanda, the terrifying tactics of rape and torture of women in Bosnia, the systematic murder of Jews and others during the Holocaust. He examines history, psychology and political science for explanations of what propels a citizen to raise a machete against innocent neighbours. The book closes with a discussion on promoting a world with less mass hatred.
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Westview Press, c2002.
Edition: Updated ed.
Characteristics: xxvii, 312 p. ; 23 cm.