A people's history of the United States—Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010, author.
Presents the history of the United States from the point of view of those who were exploited in the name of American progress.
Series:Harper Perennial modern classics
Harper Perennial modern classics.
Subjects:United States -- History.
First Harper Perennial Modern Classics deluxe edition.
729, 16 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
"P.S.: insights, interviews & more"--16 pages following main text.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Columbus, the Indians, and human progress
Drawing the color line
Persons of mean and vile condition
Tyranny is tyranny
A kind of revolution
The intimately oppressed
As long as grass grows or water runs
We take nothing by conquest, thank God
Slavery without submission, emancipation without freedom
The other civil war
Robber barons and rebels
The empire and the people
The socialist challenge
War is the health of the state
Self-help in hard times
A people's war?
"Or does it explode?"
The impossible victory: Vietnam
The seventies: under control?
Carter-Reagan-Bush: the bipartisan consensus
The unreported resistance
The coming revolt of the guards
The Clinton presidency
The 2000 election and the "war on terrorism"
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