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Works of Radical Imagination

A Life of Activism

Howard Zinn in His Own Words - Selected Writings for the Centennial

by Howard Zinn

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A collaboration between publishers Beacon Press, Haymarket Books, The New Press, and Seven Stories Press to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Howard Zinn's birth (August 24, 1922 - January 27, 2010).

The free eBook includes...

Civil Disobedience in the 21st Century, excerpted from Howard Zinn Speaks: Collected Speeches (Haymarket Books)

Introduction, excerpted from Three Plays: The Political Theater of Howard Zinn (Beacon Press)

They Rebelled: The Long Nineteenth Century, excerpted from Truth Has A Power of Its Own (The New Press)

No Human Being is Illegal, excerpted from Howard Zinn on Race (Seven Stories Press)

The Question Period in Kalamazoo, excerpted from You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train (Beacon Press)

Means and Ends: Against Discouragement, excerpted from The Howard Zinn Reader (Seven Stories Press)


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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, his oeuvre continues to inform and inspire activists, scholars, and change-makers around the world.

Check out A Road Map to Howard Zinn's Writings Published by Seven Stories Press here.

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