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Genocide: State Power and Mass Murder

Genocide: State Power and Mass Murder

By Irving Louis Horowitz

Transaction Books, 1976, 80 pp.

Regimes of discrimination and terror will continue to pose critical social and political dilemmas for those who place premiums on humanitarian and human rights values. Professor Horowitz's essay casts a wide net over "life and death" social issues, but neither his musings nor his cumbersome typology fully address the normative questions he initially raises.