The Howard Zinn Archives at Alternative Radio

AR_header2Alternative Radio, established in 1986, is a weekly one-hour public affairs program offered free to all public radio stations with information, analyses and views that are frequently ignored or distorted in other media. The programs are also available on CD and MP3 for classroom use. (There is a small processing fee.)

Alternative Radio has an archive of more than 50 talks and interviews by Howard Zinn. Here is a list of the topics:

  • Against War
  • The South and National Politics
  • Speaking to 8th Grade Students
  • Three Holy Wars
  • I Was a Pushcart Peddler, Ph.D.
  • I Am a Trade Unionist
  • Against Discouragement
  • War & Civil Disobedience
  • Overcoming Obstacles
  • A World Without Borders
  • Air-Brushing History
  • Critical Thinking
  • Resistance & the Role of Artists
  • History Matters
  • Confronting Government Lies
  • War on Iraq: A Dissenting View
  • The Back Seat Interviews
  • Can the System be Fixed? Emma Goldman, Anarchism & War Resistance + Against Discouragement
  • Emma Goldman, Anarchism & War Resistance
  • Artists in a Time of War
  • War and Democracy
  • Stories Hollywood Never Tells
  • Economic Justice
  • Bringing Democracy Alive
  • The Future of History
  • U.S. Imperialism & the War with Spain
  • The Case of Sacco & Vanzetti
  • The Zinn Reader
  • LaGuardia, Upton Sinclair, Death Penalty
  • You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train
  • How Social Change Happens
  • A People’s History of the United States
  • Reflections
    The Use & Abuse of History
  • Emma Goldman: A Dangerous Woman
  • One Step Ahead of the Landlord
  • 1492-1992: The Legacy of Columbus
    Just & Unjust Wars
  • Second Thoughts on the First Amendment
  • Democracy, Dissent and Disobedience
  • Talking It Up
  • An Evening with Zinn & Terkel
  • Interviews
  • Debate on Just War
  • Debate on the CIA
  • Stop the Death Penalty!
  • Reform or Revolution
  • Voices of a People’s History
  • Iraq Under Siege
    In Conversation
  • The Cold War & the University
  • Iraq: The Logic of Withdrawal

 

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