Why Hate?

Susser, Deborah
January 2001
Understanding Hate;2001, p4
Presents information on the causes of hate. Definition of hate; Reasons why people hate; Number of organized hate groups in the U.S.; Ways of responding to hate. INSET: What Do You Think?.


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