How Country Goes Crazy

What happens when the citizens of a country like Bosnia Rwanda or Cambodia, endure chronic violence and instability? Is it possible that an entire nation can, collectively, descend into madness? On the next Talk of the Nation, Ray Suarez will talk to experts in the fields of history and psychiatry who will explain how it's possible for an entire country to go crazy. Guests: Richard Hellie Professor of History, University of Chicago Author Enserfment and Military Change Muscovy (University of Chicago Press, 1971) Dr. Bruce Perry Professor, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX Neurobiologist and Child Psychiatrist, Texas Children's Hospital Listeners call in

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