Rwanda's Popular Genocide: A Perfect Storm
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2016 - 404 pages
Why did Rwanda¿s rural Hutus participate so massively, and so personally, in the country¿s 1994 genocide of its Tutsi population? Given all that has been written already about this horrific episode, is there still more that can be learned? Answering these questions, Jean-Paul Kimonyo¿s social and economic history explores at the deepest level the role both of power relations among Rwanda¿s grassroots citizens, political parties, and the state and of socioeconomic factors vs. politically/socially constructed ethnicity.
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