This chapter considers preexisting literature that explains the evil that the people of Bosnia–Herzegovina suffered. One such essay is titled “On Nationalism” by Danilo Kis. Although it is too late to change what happened to the people of Bosnia, it is not too late to revisit this notable essay and show its continued relevance. Such a review could resist a repetition of evil under the guise of nationalism not only in Bosnia but also elsewhere in the world.
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