A handsome collection of the four previously released Howard Zinn CDs. Ranging over six discs, America’s best-loved historian ruminates and illuminates in his downbeat, witty and avuncular style, over our forgotten social, economic, and political history, the struggles waged by the dispossessed, ignored, vilified, and just plain regular folks.
- A People’s History of the United States: A Lecture at Reed College
- Heroes And Martyrs: Emma Goldman, Sacco & Vanzetti, and the Revolutionary Struggle
- Stories Hollywood Never Tells
- Artists in a Time of War
The accompanying exclusive 24-page booklet contains a lengthy introductory essay by Noam Chomsky, a preface by Arundhati Roy, three previously unpublished interviews with Howard Zinn, and a transcript of an unreleased lecture, in which he discusses the themes and ideas, which have made him a household name, and their continuing relevance for the new millennium. [Publisher’s description.]
Produced by David Barsamian. Released by AK Press, 2004.