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From the Publisher"...In this deeply thoughtful, conceptually sharp survey of legal and philosophical issues related to mass atrocities, May (Vanderbilt Univ.) ranges from highly theoretical questions, such as whether genocide is the most serious of all crimes, to generally neglected practical and moral questions... Specialized academics interested in the phenomenon of genocide should eagerly consume this book; they will find it most provocative and useful... Highly recommended..."
—P. G. Conway, SUNY College at Oneonta, CHOICE
"The central difficulties in the law of genocide are not, of course, one of May's making, and his book deserves credit for carefully revealing both the necessity of a normative justification and the complex nature of that project."
-Alexander K.A. Greenawalt,Pace University School of Law