On Saturday I interviewed Ilan on "Redeye" and you can find that in Vancouver Cooperative Radio archives:
Scroll down to the 10:00 am section on the webpage, and it is about 9 minutes in to the intro to the interview followed by the conversation itself.
History is ended the orators for America's new century extolled upon George W. Bush's assumption of the throne in January 2001. In some ways the notion has proved correct; history will of course continue 'til comeuppance day, but the nature of the nation is changed. Today, America represents not a bastion of individual freedoms and expression, the protector and purveyor of Democracy, but a rapacious agent of corporate greed and criminality around the planet, a law unto itself: An empire.
Howard Zinn is an American historian, educator, playwright, activist and author. Among his more than twenty books published are: 'Artists in Times of War,' 'The Cold War and the University,' 'Declarations of Indepedence,' 'Disobedience and Democracy,' the best-selling 'A People's History of the United States,' and his autobiography, 'You Can't be Neutral on a Moving Train,' (also adapted as a documentary film).
Zinn is the recipient of numerous awards, citations, and accolades for his decades-long dedication to the People's cause, including: the Courage of Conscience Award, the Thomas Merton, Eugene Debs, and Upton Sinclair Awards, the American Historical Association's Beveridge Prize for best English-language book on American History for his debut title, 'La Guardia in Congress,' and the Haven's Center Award for Lifetime Contribution to Critical Scholarship. His theatrical works include: 'Daughter of Venus,' 'Emma,' and 'Marx in Soho.'
Howard Zinn's newest book release is, 'A People's History of American Empire.' Howard Zinn in the first half.
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