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Crindalyn StevensForgiveness, Breaking the Chain of Hate" focuses on the 'forgiveness movement' in which leaders of countries or organizations ask forgiveness from those that their countries have injured. An example is how survivors of the Siberian gulag or Nazi atrocities forgave those who hurt them or how representatives of entire populations such as the Australian Aborigines can be reconciled with whites who exploited them.
Author Michael Henderson answers why and how they forgave and writes about dozens of remarkable people in many nations who have been able to break the chain of hate. Repentance may seem old-fashioned, but in the eyes of Henderson, it may be ready for a comeback.
— The Daily Astorian/Coast Weekend