Howard Zinn’s “Three Holy Wars”

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Howard Zinn speaks at the Progressive’s 100 Anniversary Conference
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see

Howard Zinn: Myths of the Good Wars (Three ‘Holy’ Wars) (must-see) (longer version)

Howard Zinn: I Wish Obama Would Listen to MLK

Changing Obama’s Mindset By Howard Zinn + Zinn at Busboys & Poets, Washington DC

34 thoughts on “Howard Zinn’s “Three Holy Wars”

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  21. When is it a good idea to bring on direct criticism of a notable human being in their hour of death? Take for example, the case of my late friend Howard Zinn. Why did you find it necessary to invoke disrespect from such a venomous commentator as David Horowitz?
    I thought public radio had more respect for the public and for grieving friends and for a kind and gentle human being of the likes of Howard Zinn. What did he ever do to you?
    What will be the stance of NPR the next time a right-wing person meets their demise? Will your obituary be as “fair & balanced” as, say, Fox News?
    Can you explain the logic & the policy?
    “Thanks for listening”

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  27. Haward Zinn is a great historian and understand the people well. During Freedom movement in India revolutionaries lost their lives and Gandhi sabatoge the entire movement by compromising with british imperialist and divide the country in the name of religion. It was only Subash Chandra Bose did not agree with Gandhi for partion of India, Nehru and other Indian leaders suppoted Gandhi and become the ruler of India after independence. India is now reeling under cast,communal ,regional tension and people are suffering maximum. I wish Haward Zeen will give his considered opinion about freedom movement in India. Indian historians are mostly patronize Congress and the Gandhi.

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  30. War is the most vile idea and act ever perpetrated by mankind. The innocent are always the ones who pay the price and die for it while others who really stand to benefit and gain from it are never hurt. Ghandi wan the independence war from the British, and ANC wan the war and eliminated apartheid without resorting to war. They opted for other less violent methods, where very few people died, and at the end they wan their war, but in a much more civil and civilized manner. War is never the answer, but those who will stand to gain the most for it,k or those who are misled and misguided will not agree with that. Man still has a long way to eveolve on the scale of civilzation and awareness to come to that conclusion. Will man ever come to terms with his primordial instincts of kiling to win, even when there’s another way? maybe, one day, but that day is still a long way away. We are so civlized on the outside and in how we apprear, but on the inside man is still a barbarian cave man who behaves in a manner no different than any other animal in the wilderness, but with much uglier intents and purposes.

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