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NOTES

* From the pre-publisher edited manuscript of the"References" in R.J. Rummel, Power Kills: Democracy as a Method of Nonviolence, 1997. For full reference to Power Kills, the list of its contents, figures, and tables, and the text of its preface, click note [6].



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