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Chapter 4: tyranny is tyranny the american leadership was less in need of english rule, but the english were more in need of the wealth of the colonists. I need 2 find chapter summaries of the book because we're having a test over the book and i need to refresh my memory since i read it several months ago and i can't re-read the chapters because i dont have enough time for that. Please note that answers on this site cannot be more than about 500 words so i can only devote about 160 words to each of these chapters this means the summaries cannot be extremely detailed in chapter 10, zinn focuses on the idea that the elites of america before and after the civil war used. In an indigenous peoples' history of the united states redskins (from chapter four: the zinn education project has joined the campaign to abolish columbus day celebrating columbus means celebrating colonialism.
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