The full evil of Stalin still hasn’t sunk in. … Our culture has not assimilated the magnitude of his crimes. Which is perhaps why the cannibalism jolted me out of any illusion that meaningful distinctions could be made between Stalin and Hitler. … According to Snyder’s carefully documented account, it was not uncommon during the Stalin-imposed famine in Soviet Ukraine for parents to cook and eat their children.
— Rosenbaum, Ron. Slate.com. 7 Feb. 2011