This book draws together the results of six decades of research on the psychology of mass hate. It focuses on situations where large portions of nations or cultural groups have participated in mass murder, acts of terror, or other atrocities against unarmed civilians.
1. The Hater's Mind 2. Ethnic Cleansing in Bosnia 3. Muslim Extremists in New York 4. Rwanda—The Legacy of Inequality 5. Why People Followed Hitler 6. The Power of the Situation 7. The Personality of the Perpetrator 8. Can Anything Be Done?