The French Revolution


    March 13, 1964, on her way home from work in New York City, 28-year-old Kitty Genovese was raped and killed in two separate late-night attacks. The story shocked the city and the nation when it was revealed that 38 different witnesses heard or observed the attack and did nothing. The “bystander effect” has been cited for decades as a symbol of the deterioration of modern society. But what happens when the bystander becomes involved, and is drawn into the violence? Find out in The French Revolution.