Remembering Howard Zinn

Remembering Howard Zinn The historian and activist dedicated his life to "the countless small actions of unknown people". {Howard was a friend of Change Links} By Norm Chomsky Editor's note: Today, January 27, is the second anniversary of the death of Howard Zinn. An active participant in the Civil Rights movement, he was dismissed in 1963 from his position as a tenured professor at Spelman College in Atlanta after siding with black women students in the struggle against segregation. In 1967, he wrote one of the first, [...]

Change-Links October 2008

The October Surprise 2? They Are Stealing All Our Money -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Welcome to the Final Stags of the Coup... By Larisa Alexandrovan The $700 Billion Bailout: One More Weapon of the Mass Deception by Richard W. Behan Too Big to Fail and Too Small to Matter By Norman Solomon U.S. 'in need of rebellion' Howard Zinn Election in El Salvador By Carlos Quintannila Some Thought About Peter Camejo By Walter Lippmann Marc Farjeon What the Crap [...]

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