lecture12 - 20:04 Dotheendsjustifythemeans?

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20:04 Do the ends justify the means? use event to advance personal and group goals Rwabugiri: king tutsi 1860-95 1957- un after WWII; hutu revolt, poliical parties around ethnic identities 1959: forced outing of tutsi clan, rulers, leaves tutsi that are not members of ruling clan  1963; independence, from dutch. Hutu present, tutsi leave country 140k-250k  1973- juvenal: north hutu force out ruling south hutu in Rwanda *1993: RPF offensive creates 600l-1,000k internally displaced people. differences are  not apparent. Look the same speak the same.  1993: politics: Burundi president, hutu, assassinated by tutsi, coup fails
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course CICS 301 taught by Professor Allanstam during the Fall '11 term at University of Michigan.

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lecture12 - 20:04 Dotheendsjustifythemeans?

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