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 New World Notes 
 First of 3 parts
 Weekly Program
 Howard Zinn
 Kenneth Dowst  
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A very good talk by Progressive historian Howard Zinn (d. 2010)--delivered 3 days after the 2008 presidential election. It deals with key themes in Zinn's writing (and social activism): social justice, war, economic power, the anti-democratic behavior of governments (including ours), propaganda, and the power of the people to organize and compel justice.

(Continued under "Credits")
Part 1 (this week) focuses on the inadequacy of politicians' programs (notably President-elect Obama's) to bring about social justice--especially when those programs are compared with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Two major impediments to social justice in the U.S. are entrenched economic interests and the government's staggering expenditures on war.

Zinn spoke in Binghamton, NY, on November 8, 2008. Original 90-minute recording courtesy of Lyn Gerry and the Unwelcome Guests Collective (

"New World Notes" is produced under the auspices (Latin for "What, me worry?") of WWUH-FM, a community service of that beacon of light in darkest Connecticut, the University of Hartford.
Previously broadcast, in August 2018, as NWN #546. Files downloaded from the links, below, may be identified as #546.

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