In this new CD, recorded a month after 9/11, America's finest
social historian examines the role, and response, of artists in
society, and particularly, during wartime. With his distinctive
blend of low key wit, expansive knowledge of history, and
Sherlockian ability to uncover the real stories of this country
underneath the detritus of corporate disinformation and
monoculture, Zinn--through the words and actions of the likes of
Langston Hughes, Mark Twain, Eugene O'Neill, Ford Madox Ford, and
Joseph Heller--explains that pride in one's country comes not from
the words and deeds of the government, but from the actions of
Howard Zinn's seminal People's "History Of The United States
"has sold over 600,000 copies.
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