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Product Description: Politicians and the political process, even in ostensibly democratic countries, can be deadly. James Gilligan has discovered a devastating truth that has been "hiding in plain sight" for the past century - namely, that when America's conservative party, the Republicans, have gained the presidency, the country has repeatedly suffered from epidemics of violent death...read more

Hardcover:

9780745649818 | Polity Pr, August 2, 2011, cover price $64.95 | About this edition: Politicians and the political process, even in ostensibly democratic countries, can be deadly.

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9780745649825 | Polity Pr, May 13, 2013, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Politicians and the political process, even in ostensibly democratic countries, can be deadly.

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Product Description: In this controversial and compassionate book, the distinguished psychiatrist James Gilligan proposes a radically new way of thinking about violence and how to prevent it. Violence is most often addressed in moral and legal terms: "How evil is this action, and how much punishment does it deserve?" Unfortunately, this way of thinking, the basis for our legal and political institutions, does nothing to shed light on the causes of violence...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

Paperback:

9780500282786 | Thames & Hudson, July 1, 2001, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: In this controversial and compassionate book, the distinguished psychiatrist James Gilligan proposes a radically new way of thinking about violence and how to prevent it.

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Product Description: Book by Gilligan, James

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9780756706807 | Diane Pub Co, November 1, 2000, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: Book by Gilligan, James

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Product Description: James Gilligan lays the foundation for a complete re-thinking of the nature and meaning of violence in society. He reveals the motives of men who commit horrifying crimes, men who not only kill other people, but also destroy themselves rather than suffer shame and loss of self-respect...read more

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9781853028427 | Jessica Kingsley Pub, May 1, 2000, cover price $55.01 | About this edition: James Gilligan lays the foundation for a complete re-thinking of the nature and meaning of violence in society.

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Argues that violence should be approached as a problem in public health and preventative medicine, rather than one of biological or moral origins, asserting that shame is the common denominator that links violent perpetrators. Reprint. 12,500 first printing. (view table of contents)

Paperback:

9780679779124 | Vintage Books, May 1, 1997, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Argues that violence should be approached as a problem in public health and preventive medicine, rather than one of biological or moral origins, and that shame is the common denominator that links violent perpetrators

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An eye-opening, revisionist analysis of the social and psychological roots of violence argues that violence should be approached as a problem in public health and preventative medicine, rather than one of biological or moral origins, and that shame is the common denominator that links violent perpetrators.

Hardcover:

9780399139796 | Putnam Pub Group, April 1, 1996, cover price $28.95 | About this edition: Argues that violence should be approached as a problem in public health and preventative medicine, rather than one of biological or moral origins, and that shame is the common denominator that links violent perpetrators
9780756764715 | Diane Pub Co, February 1, 1996, cover price $29.00 | About this edition: An eye-opening, revisionist analysis of the social and psychological roots of violence argues that violence should be approached as a problem in public health and preventative medicine, rather than one of biological or moral origins, and that shame is the common denominator that links violent perpetrators.

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