If you want to know how the civil rights movement and the peace movement affected the writing of American history, and indeed the history of the profession itself, Zinn's collection is still the best thing to read.
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A powerful debamboozler, The Politics of History is a no less powerful call to us all to remember 'forgotten visions, lost utopias, unfulfilled dreams' [pp. The issues Zinn deals with are as relevant today as when the book was first published.
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