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The City Lights Publications of Howard Zinn

For Howard Zinn, writing history was never a neutral act. His work exists as a constant reminder that America’s future rests on our understanding of the American past, and that contemporary events can be shaped for better or worse according to our … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: The Historic Unfulfilled Promise by Howard Zinn

As school children, Labor Day was just another holiday conveniently placed at the beginning of the school year, a day of rest to reflect on elementary woes, and yet still warm enough to pretend that Summer hadn’t quite left. Perhaps … Continue reading

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