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Published on Aug 11, 2015
A tribute to historian and activist Howard Zinn. Based on his book, "A People's History Of The United States."
Lyrics Blacks were enslaved, Indians betrayed And Mexico was cut in half The May came in and so did rule But most were in seven-year servitude All of them were screwed, except the Governor
He had the land, millions of fields And had poor men fighting to death For promises of food It didn’t matter North or South The profits kept on pouring in to feed his greed He wanted it all so the masses were corporized Wall Street devours It’s all a plan to take it all away from me Once they have you they’ll close the door So everything will be in their control And history repeats itself year after year: He who has the gold is the one that rules Don’t ask me what their names are Just read the proper literature And dig in history, "A People's History"