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How the killing fields cast a shadow over Cambodia

Cambodia was to become a country where genuine communism could finally hold sway. Residents were evicted from cities which were the epitome of evil. Private property that encourages greed was banned. All representatives of the ancient regime were eliminated as they could prevent the utopia from becoming a reality. In just several years, the regime killed nearly one-fourth of people in a country that had a population of just seven million.

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