[bksvol-discuss] Submission/nonfiction

Hi all,

I've just submitted for proofing "The Zinn Reader: Writings on Disobedience
and Democracy" by Howard Zinn.

It's been read through with pre-submission work done. Headers stripped;
chapter titles and page numbers present, protected and formatted. Lots of
proper names, some jargon and deliberate misspellings.
746 pages. 

Synopsis:
While many Americans are familiar with historian Howard Zinn, particularly
those on the political left, most have limited themselves to reading his
most famous work A People's History of the United States and perhaps a
recent article or two. This volume collects a range of his other
materials--essays, articles, pamphlets, reviews, book excerpts, book
introductions, and the like--written over the past 35 years. Zinn himself
modestly wonders if the collection is "an opportunity, or a punishment," but
fans of A People's History will likely view it as an opportunity to revisit
Zinn's characteristic themes in new settings. These themes--race, class,
war, law, history, and the issue of means versus ends--also serve as the
organizing principle of the book. 

Deborah


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