Reform or Revolution
Program #ZINH-BUCW001. Recorded in Medford, MA on January 11, 1971.
This amazing "must have" set features radical historian Howard Zinn and William F. Buckley, one of the icons of the Right, in a debate on Vietnam, the morality of war, economic inequality, crime and punishment, and a vast range of other issues. It is a rare opportunity to hear two such eloquent and articulate voices facing off. The tapes, recovered from Zinn's attic, and re-mastered are not pristine. Here and there there is some dropout but the content is so compelling that you'll hardly notice. At the end of the debate which was held at Tufts University, there is a recording of Zinn speaking at a big anti-war demonstration on the Boston Common on May 5, 1971. This has to be one of the great political speeches of all time. It was featured in You Can't be Neutral on a Moving Train, the award-winning documentary film about Zinn.
Recorded at Tufts University.
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