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Mass shootings will not substantially decrease with more armed guards or background checks

Mass Shootings in America: Moving Beyond Newtown From Homicide Studies  With the one-year anniversary of the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, many are left with questions about what leads to this and similar tragedies throughout the U.S. While some have … Continue reading

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New approaches to the Nazi concentration camps

Special issue Before the holocaust: new approaches to the Nazi concentration camps, 1933-1939    From Journal of Contemporary History The Nazi concentration camps are a potent symbol for the destructive power of modern state. Some two million prisoners lost their … Continue reading

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