The Pol Pot regime : race, power, and genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, 1975-79 /
New Haven, Conn. : London :
Yale University Press,
|Series:||Yale Nota bene.
Table of Contents:
- Chapter One Introduction Making of the 1975 Khmer Rouge victory
- Part I Wiping the slate clean: the regime takes over
- Chapter two Cleansing the cities: the quest for total power
- Chapter three Cleansing the countryside: race, power, and the party, 1973-75
- Chapter four Cleansing the frontiers: neighbors, friends, and enemies, 1975-76.
- Part II Writing on the slate, 1975-77: the CPK project
- Chapter five An indentured agrarian state, 1975-77 (I): the base areas
- the Southwest and East
- Chapter six Peasants and deportees in the Northwest
- Chapter seven Ethnic cleansing: the CPK and Cambodia's minorities, 1975-77.
- Part III The Slate crumbles, 1977-79; convulsion and destruction
- Chapter eight Power politics, 1976-77
- Chapter nine Foreign relations, 1977-78: warfare, weapons, and wildlife
- Chapter ten "Thunder without rain": race and power in Cambodia, 1978
- Chapter eleven The End of the Pol Pot Regime.