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Marx in Soho: A Play on History Marx in Soho: A Play on History by Howard Zinn
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“But I suppose the most revolutionary act one can engage in is... to tell the truth.”
Howard Zinn, Marx in Soho: A Play on History
“Give people what they need: food, medicine, clean air, pure water, trees and grass, pleasant homes to live in, some hours of work, more hours of leisure. Don't ask who deserves it. Every human being deserves it.”
Howard Zinn, Marx in Soho: A Play on History
“You call this progress, because you have motor cars and telephones and flying machines and a thousand potions to make you smell better? And people sleeping on the streets?”
Howard Zinn, Marx in Soho: A Play on History
“Capital punishment could not be justified in any society calling itself civilized.”
Howard Zinn, Marx in Soho: A Play on History
“I could only think one troubling thought: the police, the state, did the bidding of the holders of great wealth. How much freedom of speech and freedom of assembly you had depended on what class you were in.”
Howard Zinn, Marx in Soho: A Play on History