Perspectives on Norman Naimark's Stalin's Genocides

@article{Graziosi2012PerspectivesON,
  title={Perspectives on Norman Naimark's Stalin's Genocides},
  author={Andrea Graziosi and Joshua Rubenstein and Roman Szporluk and Paul Hollander and Jeffrey S. Hardy and Michael Ellman and Jeffrey J. Rossman and Norman Naimark},
  journal={Journal of Cold War Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={14},
  pages={149-189}
}
This forum includes commentaries by seven experts—Joshua Rubenstein, Paul Hollander, Andrea Graziosi, Roman Szporluk, Jeffrey Hardy, Michael Ellman, and Jeffrey Rossman—on Norman Naimark's Stalin's Genocides, published by Princeton University Press in 2010. Most of the commentators praise the book highly but raise some questions about specific points, such as the use of the term “genocidal,” the application of “genocide” to the atrocities perpetrated by Iosif Stalin's regime in the Soviet Union… 
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