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Howard Zinn bio.

Howard Zinn bio.

On the Web: Articles

Changing Minds, One at a Time. Progressive (3/05).

An Occupied Country. Progressive (10/03). Not "liberation" but occupation in Iraq.

Compassion, Not Vengeance, Chronicle of Higher Education (9/28/01). Military responses have never worked. When will we learn?

Howard Zinn speaks about war, politics. Katy Scott. Maneater (4/9/99).

Drawing the Color Line. A Peoples History of the United States (1980).

Chapter Sixteen: A People's War?. A People's History of the United States (1980).

The Clinton Presidency and the Crisis of Democracy. A People's History of the United States (1980).

The Modern Era of Law. A People's History of the United States (1980).

McVeigh's Path to Death Chamber. Common Dreams (6/16/01).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Howard Zinn Online.

Zmagazine Howard Zinn Archive.

Third World Traveler Howard Zinn Page.

In the Library: Articles:

Barsamian, David. “Howard Zinn [interview],” Progressive (7/97):37-40.

Birnbaum, Robert. "Howard Zinn [interview]," Identity Theory (4/3/03).

Corn, David. “Fox nixes Zinn flick,” Nation (5/22/00):22-23.

Zinn, Howard. "A diplomatic solution," Progressive (5/99):1. On Kosovo.

__________. "Their atrocities -- & ours," Progressive (7/99):20-21.

__________. "Delusion 2000: how the candidates view the world," Progressive (3/00):22-23.

__________. "Artists of resistance," Progressive (7/01):16-17. Poets & other writers against war.

__________. “The greatest generation?” Progressive (10/01):12-13. US in World War II.

__________. "The old way of thinking," Progressive (11/01):8-9. "Superpower" response to 9/11 attacks won't lead to national security; working to diminish poverty & sickness in places where desperation breeds resentment just might.

__________. "A just cause, not a just war," Progressive (12/01). US-Afghan war.

__________. "The others," Nation (2/11/02):16-20. What if media helped Americans see Afghan casualties as clearly as we saw those of September 11?

__________. "A break-in for peace," Progressive (7/02):14-16. Trial of Camden 28 in 1973.

__________. “What war looks like,” Progressive (10/02):14-15.

__________. “Our job is a simple one: stop them,” Progressive (12/02):16-17.

__________. "Dying for the government," Progressive (6/03):16-17. Reflection on "victory" in Iraq: US should be respected in world not for military power, but for commitment to human rights.

__________. "Humpty Dumpty will fall," Progressive (8/03):16-17. Lies & mistakes of Bush administration increasingly evident to country.

__________. "The logic of withdrawal," Progressive (1/04):12-14. We can't afford Iraq war with more pressing needs at home.

__________. "The ultimate betrayal," Progressive (4/04):26-28. Cutting veterans' benefits in mid-

__________. "What do we do now?" Progressive (6/04):14-17. Withdrawal from Iraq.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books:

Zinn, Howard. La Guardia in Congress (Ithaca: Cornell, 1959).

__________. SNCC: The New Abolitionists [1964] (Boston: South End, 2002).

__________. The Southern Mystique [1964] (Boston: South End, 2002).

__________. New Deal Thought (Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1966).

__________. Vietnam: The Logic of Withdrawal [1967] (Boston: South End, 2002).

__________. Disobedience & Democracy: Nine Fallacies on Law & Order [1968] (Boston: South End, 2002).

__________. Postwar America: 1945-1971 [1973] (Boston: South End, 2002).

__________ (ed.) Justice in Everyday Life: The Way it Really Works [1974] (Boston: South End, 2002).

__________ (ed.) Justice? Eyewitness Accounts (Boston, 1977).

__________. A People's History of the United States [1980] (NY: HarperCollins, 2003).

__________. Academic Freedom: Collaboration & Resistance (Cape Town, 1982).

__________. The 20th Century: A People's History (NY: Harper & Row, 1984).

__________. Declarations of Independence: Cross-Examining American Ideology (NY, 1990).

__________. The Politics of History [1970] (Urbana: U. of Illinois, 1990).

__________. Power, History & Warfare (Westfield NJ, 1991).

__________. Failure to Quit: Reflections of an Optimistic Historian (Monroe ME: Common Courage, 1993).

__________. You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train: A Personal History of Our Times (Boston: Beacon, 1994).

__________. The Zinn Reader: Writings on Disobedience & Democracy (NY: Seven Stories, 1997).

__________. The Future of History: Interviews with David Barsamian (Monroe ME: Common Courage, 1999).
__________. Marx in Soho: A Play on History (Cambridge MA: South End, 1999).

__________. Howard Zinn on History (NY: Seven Stories, 2001).

__________. Howard Zinn on War (NY: Seven Stories, 2001).

__________, Dana Frank & Robin D.G. Kelley. Three Strikes: Miners, Musicians, Salesgirls & the Fighting Spirit of Labor's Last Century (Boston: Beacon, 2001).

__________. Artists in a Time of War (Oakland CA:AKA, 2001).

__________. Against War (NY, 2003).

In the Library: Fiction

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Drama

Zinn, Howard. Emma (Boston: South End, 2002).Dramatization of the life of Emma Goldman.

CD & Audio:

" Second Thoughts on the First Amendment," Pacifica Radio Archive.

"A People's History of the US: lecture at Reed College" (1998) AK Press Audio.

"Heroes & Martyrs: Emma Goldman, Sacco & Vanzetti & the Revolutionary Struggle," AK Press Audio.

Film & Video:

"Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train" [2004], dir. Deb Ellis & Denis Mueller, 78m. From First Run Features.

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