This booknotes site includes an overview, full transcript and video of her apperance on a 2002 episode of the CSPAN show "Booknotes" to promote her book "A Problem From Hell: America and the Age of Genocide."
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But where one group sets out to systematically destroy another group, either by murdering everybody, as Hitler did and as the Rwandan Hutus set out to do, or as in Bosnia, by ethnically deporting an entire populace, namely, the Bosnian Muslims, killing a huge number of them because the only way to get rid of a populace is to convince them that returning would mean a death sentence, and degrading the women by setting up rape camps and other things. There are lots of sort of forms that genocide has taken over time.
And I think one of the problems that Lemkin has encountered, or that his legacy has encountered, is that people do associate the word "genocide" with the Holocaust. And there's a tendency to sort of say, you know, we can't use the word until it's 6 million, or until we have full proof that the perpetrator group is setting out to exterminate every last member. And it just would make Lemkin turn over in his grave because he was so adamant that the Holocaust not be the standard because, obviously, then preventive action, if it were to come, would necessarily come too late.