Taking Lives: Genocide and State Power

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Transaction Publishers - Political Science - 199 pages
 

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Contents

New Beginnings
3
Defining Genocide
13
Counting Bodies
29
Collectivizing Death
49
Individualizing Life
67
Democracy Autocracy and Terrorism
89
Human Rights and Personal Responsibilities
111
Bureaucracy and State Power
129
A Natural History of the Holocaust
255
Jewish Survival in a PostHolocaust World
273
Functional and Existential Visions of Genocide
297
Exclusivity and Inclusivity of Collective Death
319
Surviving the Genocidal State
341
Life Death and Sociology
359
Researching Genocide
367
Gauging Genocide
389

Nationalism and Genocidal Systems
153
Totalitarianism as a Penal Colony
181
Memory as History
211
Banality of State Power
229
Notes
407
Index
441
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