Between Vengeance

Jacki Lyden speaks to Martha Minow about her book, Between Vengeance and Forgiveness, a study of societies in the wake of mass violence. Using past examples as varied as Germany and Rwanda, Minow discusses what has been learned as these countries have dealt with their own brutality, and how these lessons apply to the current situation in Yugoslavia.



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