ON KILLING, REVISED: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society
This landmark study, updated to include suicide bombings, school shootings, twenty-first century military conflicts, recent trends in crime and more, brilliantly illuminates the techniques the military uses to help soldiers kill and raises vital questions about the implications of escalating violence in our society.
Publisher: Back Bay Books
Item #: 4650514
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