Title:Humanity - A Moral History of the Twentieth Century
This book is about history and morality in the 20th century. It is about the psychology which made possible Hiroshima, the Holocaust, the Gulag, the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Pol Pot's Year Zero, Rwanda, Bosnia and many other atrocities. Drawing on accounts of participants, victims and observers, Glover shows that different atrocities have common patterns which suggest weak points in our psychology. The resulting picture is used as a guide for the ethics we should create if we hope to overcome them...