Howard Zinn

“Socialists like Helen Keller did not think suffrage was enough. Blind and deaf, Keller fought for change with her spirit and her pen. In 1911 she wrote, “Our democracy is but a name. We vote? What does that mean? … We choose between Tweedledum and Tweedledee.” Black”


Howard Zinn, A Young People's History of the United States: Columbus to the War on Terror
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