2011

1492-1992: The Legacy of Columbus

Talk by Howard Zinn. PM Press. 2011.
Howard Zinn returns to the themes he popularized in his masterful A People’s History of the United States—how we interpret history, and what that tells us about the struggles of the vast majority of folks typically written out of the narrative.
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Howard Zinn on Race

By Howard Zinn. Seven Stories. 2011. Introduction by Cornel West.
A collection of Howard Zinn’s choice of the shorter writings and speeches that best reflect his views on America’s most taboo topic. In clear, compassionate, and present prose, Zinn gives us his thoughts on the Abolitionists, the march from Selma to Montgomery, John F. Kennedy, picketing, sit-ins, and, finally, the message he wanted to send to New York University students about race in a speech he delivered during the last week of his life.
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The Indispensable Zinn: The Essential Writings of the “People’s Historian”

By Howard Zinn. Book - Non-fiction. The New Press. 2011. Foreword by Noam Chomsky, Afterword by Alice Walker with chapter introductions by Timothy Patrick McCarthy.
Designed to highlight Zinn’s most important writings, The Indispensable Zinn includes excerpts from Zinn’s bestselling A People’s History of the United States; his memoir, You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train; his inspiring writings on the civil rights movement; and the full text of his celebrated play Marx in Soho.
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The Other Civil War: Slavery and Struggle in Civil War America

By Howard Zinn. Book - Non-fiction. HarperCollins. 2011. Foreword by James Loewen.
Drawn from Howard Zinn's New York Times bestseller A People’s History of the United States, this set of essays recounts the history of American labor, free and not free, in the years leading up to and during the Civil War.
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