Now that Howard Zinn has died, may we all reflect on his legacy and what we can do to continue to educate.
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His A People's History of the United Statesopened my eyes. Zinn's essays, lectures, and interviews changed lives and opened minds. May we remain open minded and never compromise under the power structure of religion and greed.

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Comment by Shine on January 28, 2010 at 9:33am
Zinn's books really taught me how to critically examine history, and reexamine the things that I had been taught. This was instrumental in my development of an objective view of Catholicism.

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