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- Sep 2021
I've been wanting to read Zinn, so perhaps this is a good place to follow along? A sort of pseudo book club perhaps?
It's interesting to see Dan struggle with an obvious listicle article in Forbes as an authoritative source. This example is a great indicator that Forbes online has created far too much of a content farm to be taken seriously anymore. From what I've seen of it over the past several years it's followed the business model of The Huffington Post before Huffington sold it and cashed out. My supposition is that Forbes is providing a platform for people to get reach and isn't actually paying those writers to create their content.
Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States
- Covering a chapter a week
- companion edition, Voices of People's History of United States by Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnov
- Erik Foner's article about Zinn
- Time, Work-Discipline, and Industrial Capitalism by E. P. Thompson *
- cultural theorist Raymond Williams' idea of resources of hope
- Resources of Hope: Culture, Democracy, Socialism by Raymond Williams
- An Indigenous People's History of the United States