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A Book! If you consider it rude to reduce human suffering to cold statistics, you don't have to. Turn away now. On the other hand, if you believe that numbers matter, then you'll probably want to know the correct numbers [ n. On these pages, I have collected a variety of body counts for all the major atrocities of the 20th Century and set them out for you to examine. I have tried to keep commentary to a minimum, although I would have to be a robot to avoid passing occasional judgement on the accuracy of some of these estimates.
In their introduction to The New State Of War And Peace, Michael Kidron and Dan Smith speculate that the new world order ' may, like the old, be well armed.
Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users. After graduating in English Literature from the University of Cambridge in , Smith worked first for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament before taking up research on UK defence policies in During the s Smith worked as a freelance researcher and writer. He was awarded the OBE in Smith is also responsible for over articles in journals and periodicals and chapters in anthologies, as well as a number of reports, of which the two most significant are:.
Michael Kidron 20 September — 25 March  was a British cartographer. He was one of the early founders of the International Socialists forerunners of the Socialist Workers Party ; SWP through the s and s, and the first editor of International Socialism journal. Kidron was born on 20 September in South Africa to a family of Zionists , but joined his parents in Palestine just after the Second World War , and soon rejected zionism.
However, the world landscape after the war was fundamentally different, if not diametrically opposed to the one anticipated by Trotsky. Trotskyism, already bedevilled politically by the organisational and political inadequacies of the Fourth International, was left in theoretical disarray. In the early s, and particularly after , the boom came to a sharp halt, breaking open a deep international crisis characterised by the simultaneous blight of high inflation and high unemployment so-called stagflation. Those who had tied their colours to the mast of Keynesianism, and who by the late s had come to be part of a dominant consensus in economic theory and policy, were left out in the cold. Similarly, most Marxists found themselves caught between the rock of the unexplained boom and the hard place of the unexpected slump.