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“At the heart of this wide-ranging comics indictment of American Empire are the terrific human stories of those who have resisted--including wonderful autobiographical episodes from author Howard Zinn's own courageous and inspiring life.” ―Joe Sacco, author of Safe Area Gorazde
“Ingenious in its conception and brilliant in execution, this comics version of Howard Zinn's classic history breathes new life into the stories of people who never thought their stories would be told. It is urgently necessary for our times: read this book and see how to raise your voice against all the forces that would drown you out. A modern activist's primer!” ―Ben Affleck
An amazing voyage through the truth behind the recent American dysfunction. Read and choose enlightenment.Published 1 month ago by Bard C.
In short, I was expecting something different in the academic sense. This is worth reading if one reads a good bit of history, as a source of counter point and interesting... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Z.
A People History of American Empire is a very interesting book that shows the side of American history not taught in schools and little people know about. Read morePublished 3 months ago by spk25
Friends at Sellery Hall always say you have to read Zinn, but the movement failed because they were not really reading zinn. Who has time for a 700 page sleeping pill. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dorm Sociologist, Madison WI GO BADGERS
I have given about 5 copies to people of all ages and each one has loved it.Published 5 months ago by Mukesh Webb
One of the best history books ever written! Heard him in person after reading his book. What a humble man, yet he accomplished soooooo much! He was a real peace activist!Published 6 months ago by Marygrace