Howard Zinn Lecture on the Future of Democracy


Free Resource (#986) - February 2nd, 2010
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The Inner Life of Democracy

Author & activist Howard Zinn passed away this past week at the age of 87. In this talk from the WGBH Forum Network, Howard Zinn discusses his optimistic view of the future of American democracy and how activism by the people can lead to positive change. Zinn points out some of his heroes throughout history that have spoken truth to power. This talk serves as a brief summation of the ideas of the late Howard Zinn as he urges people to get involved in their democracy. It is available on streaming video and MP3 download from the Forum Network.

The Inner Life of Democracy

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