You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train
A personal history of our times
Zinn, HowardPublisher: Beacon Press, Boston, USA
Year Published: 2002 First Published: 1994
Pages: 224pp ISBN: 978-080707127-4
Library of Congress Number: E175.5.Z25A3 Dewey: 973'.07202--dc20
Resource Type: Book
Zinn tells his personal stories about more than thirty years of fighting for social change, from teaching at Spelman College to recent protests against war.
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Question Period in Kalamazoo
Part One: The South and the Movement
1. Going South: Spelman College
2. "Young Ladies Who Can Picket"
3. "A President is Like a Gardener"
4. "My Name Is Freedom": Albany Georgia
5. Selma, Alabama
6. "I'll be Here": Mississippi
Part Two: War
7. A Veteran against War
8. "Sometimes to Be Silent Is to Lie": Vietnam
9. The Last Teach-In
10. "Our Apologies, Good Friends, for the Fracture of Good Order"
Part Three: Scenes and Changes
11. In Jail: "The World Is Topsy-Turvy
12. In Court: "The Heart of the Matter"
13. Growing Up Class-Conscious
14. A Yellow Rubber Chicken: Battles at Boston University
15. The Possibility of Hope
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