Zinn Education Project: Teaching the Iraq War

The Zinn Education Project, in conjunction with Rethinking School and Teaching for Change, has published an article by Bill Bigelow on "How Not To Teach the Iraq War." 

Writes Bigelow: In 2006, with U.S. troops occupying Iraq, the great historian and humanitarian Howard Zinn expressed his desire for the end of the war: "My hope is that the memory of death and disgrace will be so intense that the people of the United States will be able to listen to a message that the rest of the world, sobered by wars without end, can also understand: that war itself is the enemy of the human race."

Read the whole article here!