Michael mann the dark side of democracy explaining ethnic cleansing chapter 1 the argument 74 year old batisha hoxha was sitting in her kitchen with her 77 year old husband izet staying warm by the stove they had heard explosions but did not realize that serbian troops had already entered the town. The dark side of democracy this comprehensive study of international ethnic cleansing provides in depth coverage of its occurrences in armenia nazi germany cambodia yugoslavia and rwanda as well as cases of lesser violence in early modern europe and in contemporary india and indonesia. Mann states that ethnic cleansing is the dark side of democracy but not one of the cases he discusses involves a democratic regime not by any stretch of the imagination can nazi germany democratic kampuchea the soviet union or any of the others be considered a democracy. The dark side of democracy explaining ethnic cleansing michael mann new york cambridge university press 2005 590 pp cloth 7000 584 pp pbk 2499
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