Really you read it?
I automatically have more respect for people that can actually get through a 1200 page book.
It’s been a few years since I read it but I’m not sure where she advocated genocide in it.
If you recall, her view of the future was of the little libertarian town hidden in the mountains of Colorado (which I cherish) where everybody was an entrepreneur that respected each other’s property rights. Doesn't seem so bad to me…