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Norman M. Naimark (1944 –) is an American historian. He is the Robert and Florence McDonnell Professor of Eastern European Studies at Stanford University, and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution.
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- Mass killing permeates history in multiple ways. It resides in our consciousness, just as we are products of this history. Not only that, we are all capable of participating in genocide. It’s very important to understand, I think, that we are not immune to genocidal behavior. It is part of living in human society, and it is especially an available mode of human action when times are economically bad and peoples are at war.
- Why do humans commit genocide? (April 13, 2017)