Millennial Violence: Past, Present, and Future
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Political Science - 318 pages
This volume encompasses an array of material exploring the millennium phenomenon and the violent excitement it provokes. Consisting of three core parts, the book combines pertinent documents with insightful commentary and discussion.
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