Scapegoat

Scapegoat

A History of Blaming Other People

Book - 2012
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This book is a tale of human foolishness that exposes the anger and irrationality of blame-mongering while reminding readers of their own capacity for it. From medieval witch burning to reality TV, this is a brilliantly relevant and timely social history that looks at the obsession, mania, persecution and injustice of scapegoating.
Publisher: New York : Duckworth Overlook, 2012.
ISBN: 9781590207161
1590207165
Branch Call Number: 302.12 Campbell 01/2012
Characteristics: 207 p. ;,21 cm.

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ser_library Aug 23, 2012

easy to read but needed a copy editor (eg Louis xiv lived a century before the French Revolution... Louis xvi was the guillotined king)

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