Lew Rockwell publishes Howard Zinn

10 October 2008 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in people | 6 Comments »

Isn’t this one of the biblical signs of the approach of apocalypse?

  1. 6 Responses to “Lew Rockwell publishes Howard Zinn”

  2. By Darian W on 13 October 2008

    This Zinn character isn’t some kind of “comrade,” is he? Because that would be icky.

  3. By Mike Gogulski on 13 October 2008

    Zinn is an anarchist, but of a different stripe than you and I — more of a Chomsky type I believe. I finished reading one of his books recently, quite worthwhile, though I myself would have laid emphasis in different directions or on different aspects at times.

    And this just in: Robert Kaercher quotes Zinn for Columbus Day

  4. By Darian W on 13 October 2008

    I probably should have linked to this LRC post that I was mocking:

    Sometimes I get too obscure for my own good.

  5. By Mike Gogulski on 13 October 2008

    Ah, the tribulations of not having an entirely shared context with my comrades 🙂 🙂

  6. By DixieFlatline on 16 October 2008

    I might be out of school here, but LRC is a lot more big tent than most any other libertarian website.

    Or is there a site I am missing out on?

  7. By Mike Gogulski on 16 October 2008

    No, Lew definitely runs a big tent. The balance tends toward the paleo-libertarian side of things, though, at least in my view, and so seeing Zinn come across was a bit of a surprise 🙂

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