By Howard Zinn. Book - Essays. Seven Stories Press. 2001; updated 2013 with an introduction by Staughton Lynd.
A collection of 27 writings on activism, electoral politics, the Holocaust, Marxism, the Iraq War, and the role of the historian.
By Howard Zinn. Book - Essays. Seven Stories Press, 2001; updated 2013. Introduction by Marilyn B. Young.
Essays spanning 1962 to 2006 that examine specific wars, wartime incidents, and the force of non-violence to move beyond war, if we are to survive.
By Howard Zinn with Anthony Arnove. Book - Nonfiction. Seven Stories Press, 2002.
Howard Zinn explores the growth of the American empire, as well as the long tradition of resistance in this country to U.S. militarism, from Eugene Debs and the Socialist Party during World War I to the opponents of U.S. military intervention in Afghanistan today.
By Howard Zinn. Book - Non-fiction. Paradigm Publishers. 2009. Selected and introduced by Dean Birkenkamp and Wanda Rhudy.
Quotations on topics topics ranging from government to race, history, law, civil disobedience, and activism.
By Howard Zinn. Book - Collection. Beacon Press. 2010.
Howard Zinn has turned to drama to explore the legacy of Karl Marx and Emma Goldman and to delve into the intricacies of political and social conscience perhaps more deeply than traditional history permits.
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.