On killing : the psychological cost of learning to kill in war and society /
The twentieth century, with its bloody world wars, revolutions, and genocides accounting for hundreds of millions dead, would seem to prove that human beings are incredibly vicious predators and that killing is as natural as eating. But Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman, a psychologist and U.S. Army...
|Published:||Boston : Little, Brown, ©1995.|
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