Zinn Claims Blacks Didn’t Care if the Nazi’s Won WWII

This is an excerpt from a review of Zinn’s book by Stanford University Education Professor Sam Wineburg:

Consider the question of whether World War II was a “people’s war.” On one level, as Zinn has to admit, it was. Thousands suited up in uniform, and millions handed over hard-earned dollars to buy war bonds. But Zinn asks us to consider whether such support was “manufactured.” Was there, in fact, widespread resentment and resistance to the war that was hidden from the masses?

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