The Proliferation of Weapons and the Targeting of Civilians in Contemporary War
Imprint: Cascade Books
“Cain’s Crime is an extremely powerful book. It offers a perspective on global violence that is rarely seen but is of profound significance. The facts presented here are deeply disturbing, as is Tom Trzyna’s thoughtful and judicious analysis. This is an urgent wake-up call, which needs an immediate response from every one of us.”
—Susan Williams, University of London
“Trzyna’s latest book represents a timely contribution to ongoing philosophical and ethical debates revolving around the proliferation of assault weapons. Written in an accessible, rigorous, and cogent fashion for a broad interdisciplinary audience, Cain’s Crime persuasively supports the humanistic position that every human life matters. In a world in which the power of the military-industrial complex has spiraled out of control, countless scholars will derive inspiration from this fascinating study for many years to come.”
—Keith Moser, Mississippi State University
"Tom Trzyna's book, Cain's Crime, is an important resource on war, the world arms trade, and civilization-saving ethical action to reverse trends that are killing us. The ways youth are taking on the NRA makes the book even more timely."
—Ron Young, Activist and author of Crossing Boundaries in the Americas, Vietnam and the Middle East