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Howard Zinn on history

Author: Howard Zinn
Publisher: New York : Seven Stories Press, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Seven Stories Press 1st. edView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Howard Zinn; Howard Zinn; Howard Zinn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Howard Zinn
ISBN: 1583220488 9781583220481
OCLC Number: 43985375
Notes: "Some of the material in this book appears in "The Zinn reader (Seven Stories Press, 1997)"--T.p. verso.
Description: 236 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: I. On activism. 1. Words of encouragement (from The Progressive). 2. Seattle: a flash of the possible (from The Progressive). 3. The optimism of uncertainty (from Failure to Quit). 4. Failure to quit (from Failure to Quit). 5. The spirit of rebellion (from the Boston Globe). 6. Non-violent direct action (from American Journal of Orthopsychiatry) --
II. On electoral politics. 7. The great silence (from The Progressive). 8. On presidential liars (from The Progressive). 9. A little disquisition on big government (from The Progressive). 10. Beyond voting (from the Boston Globe) --
III. On the Holocaust. 11. Respecting the Holocaust (from The Progressive) --
IV. On Marxism. 12. "Je ne suis pas Marxiste" (from Z Magazine and Failure to Quit) --
13. The new radicalism (from The New Left) --
V. On the role of the historian. 14. Columbus and Western civilization (from the Open Magazine Pamphlet Series) --
15. How free is higher education? (from Failure to Quit) --
16. "A university should not be a democracy" (from The Progressive) --
17. The new history (from the Boston Globe) --
18. The Marines and the university (from the Boston Phoenix) --
19. Secrecy, archives, and the public interest (from The Midwestern Archivist) --
20. The uses of scholarship (from The Saturday Review and The Politics of History) --
21. Freedom schools (from The Nation) --
22. Historian as citizen (from The New York Times Book Review) --
VI. Portraits. 23. Eugene Debs and the idea of socialism (from The Progressive) --
24. Discovering John Reed (from the Boston Globe) --
25. Jack London's The iron heel (introduction to The iron heel).
Responsibility: Howard Zinn.

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