Hate Crimes: The Rising Tide of Bigotry and Bloodshed

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  • Hate Crimes - The Rising Tide of Bigotry and Bloodshed *
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Contents xvii
  • Chapter 1 - Reign of Terror 1
  • Chapter 2 - Nasty Pictures in Our Heads 21
  • Chapter 3 - Hatred is Hip 33
  • Chapter 4 - Resentment 45
  • Chapter 5 - For the Thrill of It 65
  • Chapter 6 - Reacting to a Personal Threat 75
  • Chapter 7 - Ridding the World of Evil 89
  • Chapter 8 - Organized Hate 99
  • Chapter 9 - Hate Goes to School 115
  • Chapter 10 - Minority against Minority 137
  • Chapter 11 - Hate around the World 149
  • Chapter 12 - Police Response 159
  • Chapter 13 - The Law 179
  • Chapter 14 - Rehab 205
  • Chapter 15 - Grass Roots 219
  • Chapter 16 - The Coming Crisis 231
  • Appendix A - Boston Police Hate Crime Tabulations 243
  • Appendix B - Hate Crime Statistics Act 247
  • Notes 251
  • References 269
  • Index 275
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