Howard Zinn

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The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
Political discourse heats up at Amherst College“there is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,”
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian / Posted 19 hours ago
“there is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,” a quote by historian and social activist Howard Zinn. Below the quote, the banner continued, “In honor of those killed and displaced by America’s so-called ‘war on... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The Silencing of Dissentitself before the dictates of the marketplace and condemned the crimes of imper
Op-Ed News / Posted yesterday
itself before the dictates of the marketplace and condemned the crimes of imperialism, some of the best known being Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Sheldon Wolin, Ward Churchill, Nader, Angela Davis and Edward Said. These critics were permitted... Read more
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The Washington Times
Amherst College criticizes ‘deeply insensitive’ anti-war 9/11 bannerenough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,” the banner read, includi
The Washington Times / Posted 6 days ago
enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,” the banner read, including a quote attributed to American historian Howard Zinn. “In honor of those killed and displaced by America’s so-called war on terror.” No one has claimed... Read more
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Boston Herald
Anti-war banner at Amherst College sparks 9/11 outrageflag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,” a quote that
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,” a quote that is largely attributed to American historian Howard Zinn. Below that was the phrase: “In honor of those killed and displaced by America’s so-called ‘war on terror.’... Read more
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Boston Herald
Anti-war banner sparks outrageflag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,” a quote that
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people,” a quote that is largely attributed to American historian Howard Zinn. Below that was the phrase: “In honor of those killed and displaced by America’s so-called ‘war on terror.’... Read more
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Business Standard India
America's national delusionsashamed, but also enlightened, because at least you have named the sin: You bel
Business Standard India / Posted 8 days ago
ashamed, but also enlightened, because at least you have named the sin: You belong to a nation of bloodthirsty colonizers (Howard Zinn), or anti-intellectuals (Richard Hofstadter) or, in Kurt Andersen’s latest opus, a people who have committed... Read more
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Philly.com
Rizzo's not the only important Italian that America wants to vilify | Christine Flowerspeople make bathrooms into their moral Alamos. These groups get the ear of the
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
people make bathrooms into their moral Alamos. These groups get the ear of the media and the elites, the people who read Howard Zinn and believe that his vision of the world is better than the one created by Madison, Hamilton and Jefferson. But... Read more
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Op-Ed News
America's Wars Are Making Us Less Free and Safeto business, financial, and even library records. One of America's great freed
Op-Ed News / Posted 14 days ago
to business, financial, and even library records. One of America's great freedom fighters and anti-war advocates, the late Howard Zinn, urged Americans to be careful about buying into the war-making system. In an essay entitled "Machiavellian... Read more
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Salon.com
Under the child-king Trump, America is a runaway train and derailment is imminentexhaustion and confusion is one of the primary ways through which authoritarian
Salon.com / Posted 16 days ago
exhaustion and confusion is one of the primary ways through which authoritarians expand and maintain their power. Historian Howard Zinn warned us of the dangers present in such a moment. He keenly observed how “pessimism becomes a self-fulfilling... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Can (Mostly White) Haves Annihilate (Mostly Non-White) Have-Nots Without Serious Consequence?issue was raised at a Historians Against the War (HAW) conference in Austin, Te
Op-Ed News / Posted 22 days ago
issue was raised at a Historians Against the War (HAW) conference in Austin, Texas, in 2006. Keynote speaker Howard Zinn passionately described the moral imperatives confronting U.S. citizens in light of the Bush administration's... Read more

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