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Bombardier, WW II

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DIGITALLY COMPOSITED IMAGE of Boston University Professor Howard Zinn and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Noam Chomsky

Howard Zinn, protesting Viet Nam war

“How can you have a war on terrorism when war itself is terrorism?”
“We don’t have to engage in grand, heroic actions to participate in the process of change. Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.”
“But I suppose the most revolutionary act one can engage in is to tell the truth.”
“They were not mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, they were absent in the Constitution and they were invisible in the new political democracy. They were the women of early America.”
Howard Zinn (A People’s History of the United States: 1492 to Present)
“What most of us must be involved in–whether we teach or write, make films, write films, direct films, play music, act, whatever we do–has to not only make people feel good and inspired and at one with other people around them, but also has to educate a new generation to do this very modest thing: change the world.”
Howard Zinn (Artists In Times of War and Other Essays)
“It had long been true, and prisoners knew this better than anyone, that the poorer you were the more likely you were to end up in jail. This was not just because the poor committed more crimes. In fact, they did. The rich did not have to commit crimes to get what they wanted; the laws were on their side. But when the rich did commit crimes, they often were not prosecuted, and if they were they could get out on bail, hire clever lawyers, get better treatment from judges. Somehow, the jails ended up full of poor black people.”
Howard Zinn (A People’s History of the United States: 1492 to Present

Matt Damon was the next-door-neighbor to Howard Zinn when he was growing up

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