Table of contents for A people's history of American empire / Howard Zinn, Mike Konopacki, Paul Buhle.

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FOREWORD by Paul Buhle
PROLOGUE
CHAPTER I: The Internal Empire
- The Massacre at Wounded Knee
- Certain White Men
- The Pullman Strike
- The Open Door Policy
CHAPTER II: The Spanish American War
- The Invasion of Cuba
- The Yellow Kids
- Smoked Yankees: The Black 25th Infantry
CHAPTER III: The Invasion of the Philippines
- Benevolent Assimilation
- Republic or Empire?
- The Battle of Bud Dajo (Moro Massacre)
CHAPTER IV: War is the Health of the State
- Righteous Conquest
- The Ludlow Massacre
- World War I
- Resistance to War
CHAPTER V: Growing Up Class Conscious
- Poor but Never Hungry
- Sacco and Vanzetti
- Street Smarts
CHAPTER VI: WWII, A People¿s War?
- Questioning War
- Just Following Orders
- The Atomic Age
CHAPTER VII: The Cool War
- The Jitterbug Riot
- Cradle of R&B Fandom
CHAPTER VIII: Children of the Empire
- The Quiet War
- Civil Rights: Shaken to the Bone
- The Bombs in Vietnam Explode at Home
- Vietnam: The Domino Theory
- From Resistance to Revolt
- The My Lai Massacre
- A Peace Mission
CHAPTER IX: Land of Burning Children
- What Happens to a Dream Deferred
- War Resistance at Home
- The Second Battle of Wounded Knee
CHAPTER X: The Same Rotting Barrel
- Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers
- Hostage to Imperialism
CHAPTER XI: Resurgence of Empire
- The Sandinista Revolution
- Augusto Sandino
- The Secret War in Central America
- Massacre at El Mozote (The Thistle)
- The Contra War
- The Iran-Contra Scandal
CHAPTER XII: Covert Action and Reaction
- Iran: Overthrowing Democracy
- Operation Ajax
- The Rule and Ruin of the Shah
- Permanent War: The Bipartisan Consensus
EPILOGUE: The Possibility of Hope
BIBLIOGRAPHY
PICTURE CREDITS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INDEX
ABOUT THE AMERICAN EMPIRE PROJECT

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign relations -- Comic books, strips, etc.
United States -- Territorial expansion -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Imperialism -- History -- Comic books, strips, etc.
United States -- Social conditions -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Social movements -- United States -- History -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Zinn, Howard, 1922- -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Historians -- United States -- Biography -- Comic books, strips, etc.