Year: 2010

Distilled Zinn

By the editors. The Progressive. March 2010.
"Howard Zinn wrote a column for The Progressive during the last twelve years of his life. In the March 2010 issue, the editors collected his wisdom from those columns. Here are a few bits."
Read More »

War and Civil Disobedience

Talk by Howard Zinn.PM Press. 2010.
Delivered in the context of the current U.S. war in Iraq, Howard Zinn passes on stories of civil disobedience to the unjust wars of U.S. history.
Read More »
book cover

La Guardia in Congress

By Howard Zinn. Book - Nonfiction. Cornell University Press, 1959; Fall Creek Books, 2010.
Howard Zinn establishes Fiorello LaGuardia’s tenure in Congress as a vital link between the Progressive and New Deal eras.
Read More »
book cover

The Bomb

By Howard Zinn. Book - Non-fiction. Beacon Press. 2010. Foreword by Greg Ruggerio.
Zinn's personal reflections and political analysis on the WWII bombing of Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Royan, and more.
Read More »

A Moment with Howard Zinn

Interview with Howard Zinn • Moment Magazine, April/May 2010
"Shortly before his death, he spoke with Moment about his self-described radical views on American history and why he believed a one-state solution was ideal for both Arabs and Israelis."
Read More »

A Marvelous Victory

By Howard Zinn. Excerpt from Power Governments Cannot Suppress published by City Lights Books.
In this world of war and injustice, how does a person manage to stay socially engaged, committed to the struggle, and remain healthy without burning out or becoming resigned or cynical? I am totally confident not that the world will get better, but that we should not give up the game before all the cards have been played. The metaphor is deliberate; life is a gamble.
Read More »

‘One Long Struggle for Justice’

Howard Zinn interviewed by Bill Bigelow. Author on Air. January 19, 2010.
In early January of 2010, the Zinn Education Project joined with HarperCollins, publisher of Howard Zinn’s classic A People’s History of the United States, to sponsor an “Ask Howard” online radio interview, and invited teachers from around the country to participate. Sixty teachers and students submitted written questions to Professor Zinn. The Jan. 19 interview was conducted by Rethinking Schools Curriculum Editor Bill Bigelow. Below is the full audio recording, followed by excerpts from that interview, edited for length and clarity.
Read More »
Read, Learn, & Make History
Check out the Howard Zinn Digital Collection to search Zinn’s bibliography by books, articles, audio, video, and more.
Share This Page:
Like on Facebook