Why, during the Holocaust, did some ordinary people risk their lives and the lives of their families to help others--even total strangers--while others stood passively by? Samuel Oliner, a Holocaust survivor who has interviewed more than 700 European rescuers and nonrescuers, provides some surprising answers in this compelling work.
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About the Author
Samuel P. Oliner is founder and director of The Altruistic Personalist and Prosocial Behavior Institute. He is professor of sociology at Humboldt State University.