'History as a Political Act': 100 Years of US Empire 1898-1998 and Radical Hopes for the Future

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Howard Zinn

Abstract

On November 24, 1998, Raymond Lotta talked with Howard Zinn about 100 years of U.S. empire and radical prospects for the future.

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Zinn, H. (2010). ’History as a Political Act’: 100 Years of US Empire 1898-1998 and Radical Hopes for the Future. AmeriQuests, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.15695/amqst.v7i1.182
Author Biography

Howard Zinn

Zinn is a long-time radical and anti-imperialist activist. In the 1960s, he worked with SNCC (the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee) in the South, and he was a major figure in the Vietnam antiwar movement. Alice Walker, one of his former students, described Zinn as a "people-loving troublemaker.'' Zinn continues to speak out against the crimes of U.S. imperialism--here and abroad.