Zinnophobia

Zinnophobia

A detailed defense of the work of radical historian Howard Zinn against his many critics.

Zinnophobia

A detailed defense of the work of radical historian Howard Zinn against his many critics.

Paperback £29.99 || $44.95

Sep 28, 2018
978-1-78535-678-0

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e-book £23.99 || $35.99

Sep 28, 2018
978-1-78535-679-7

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David Detmer
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20th century, Censorship, Political

Synopsis

Zinnophobia offers an extended defense of the work of radical historian Howard Zinn, author of the bestselling A People's History of the United States, against his many critics. It includes a discussion of the attempt to ban Zinn's book from Indiana classrooms; a brief summary of Zinn's life and work; an analysis of Zinn's theorizing about bias and objectivity in history; and a detailed response to twenty-five of Zinn's most hostile critics, many of whom are (or were) eminent historians.

'A major contribution to bringing Zinn’s great contributions to even broader public attention, and exposing features of intellectual and political culture that are of no little interest.'
Noam Chomsky

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