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Published on Sep 27, 2012
Is there something like a just war? A speech of Howard Zinn in the context of the 2006 "War on Terror" situation, and the generality how masses are prepared for going to war, massaged by so called justifications to make the war look legitimate.
This recording was originally derived from GLiving, and is not available anymore online, yet there is a C-Span broadcast of the same event (another video angle) roaming around.
"Dr. Gino Strada and historian Howard Zinn speak about their latest books at an event sponsored by Emergency (www.emergencyusa.org ), a humanitarian group that provides free medical care for civilian victims in war zones around the world. [...] Professor Zinn discusses the Bush administration's invasion and occupation of Iraq, the possibility of an attack on Iran, and the American public's appetite for war today. His latest book is titled "Just War." Both participants answer questions from audience members following their remarks. This event was held at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. "