Radical historian Howard Zinn has reached the hearts and minds of millions with his direct, forthright, and accessible writing. This work represents the first time that Zinn has attempted to present the depth and breadth of his concerns in one volume, emphasizing six areas that have been important to Zinn's work since the late 1950s--race, class, war, law, history, and means and ends.
|Publisher:||Seven Stories Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.43(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.97(d)|
About the Author
HOWARD ZINN’s (1922–2010) great subject isn’t war, but peace. After his experience as a bombardier in World War II, he became convinced that there could be no such thing as a “just war,” as the vast majority of modern warfare’s victims are made up of innocent civilians. In his books, including A People’s History of the United States and its companion volume, Voices of a People’s History of the United States, Zinn affirms the power of the masses to influence major events. Through a lifetime of pointed scholarship and principled civil disobedience, he has led and continues to lead generations in the ways of peace.