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Author: Noam Chomsky; Carlos Peregrín Otero
Publisher: Oakland, CA : AK Press, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Expanded 3rd edView all editions and formats
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"Taken from a wide variety of sources, many never widely published - some never in a book at all - and spanning four decades, the reader is furnished with a truly comprehensive window into Chomsky's anarchist convictions' (convictions which, while ever-present in his analysis, are left largely misunderstood or worse, ignored). In seeking to combat the great challenges facing humanity, Chomsky's analysis and the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Noam Chomsky; Carlos Peregrín Otero
ISBN: 1902593693 9781902593692
OCLC Number: 53150717
Description: vi, 337 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction to Chomsky's Social Theory / Carlos-Peregrin Otero --
An Independent Mind with Awesome Powers --
A Pariah of the "Free Press" --
Contagious Ideas --
Vision and Analysis --
Two Major Themes --
The Nature of Human Nature --
Libertarianism vs. "Liberalism" --
Socialism vs. Capitalism --
Acracy vs. Autocracy --
Anarcho-syndicalism vs. Atavism --
Organic Growth vs. Bureaucratic Fiat --
Creativeness vs. Receptiveness --
Generative Grammar and Libertarian Values --
Theory and Action --
In Defense of the Third World --
On the "National Interest" --
Vietnam Protest and the Media --
The Present Situation in Vietnam --
The Vietnamese Analogue to "Denazification" --
The Protest and the American Press --
Propaganda Fabrications --
The Protest as a Political Act --
Cambodia: No Holds Barred --
The Cynical Farce About Cambodia --
Postscript: Letter to the New York Times --
The Hidden War in East Timor --
U.S. Government and Press Conceal Massacres FRETILIN Wins Victory --
U.S. News Management --
U.S. Military Involvement Expands --
Chronicle of Indonesian Atrocities --
First Hand Reports --
Press Adheres to State Department Line --
Human Rights Report: No Mention of Timor --
Comparison with Press coverage of Cambodia --
The Iranian-American Conflict --
Israel and the American Intelligentsia --
Outside of Israeli "Official History" --
On the Middle East --
The "North-South" Conflict --
A Gloomy Prospect for the Human Race --
Institutional Causes --
The Competition for Scarce Resources --
The Reasons for Arms Sales.
Responsibility: Noam Chomsky ; edited by C.P. Otero.
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"Taken from a wide variety of sources, many never widely published - some never in a book at all - and spanning four decades, the reader is furnished with a truly comprehensive window into Chomsky's anarchist convictions' (convictions which, while ever-present in his analysis, are left largely misunderstood or worse, ignored). In seeking to combat the great challenges facing humanity, Chomsky's analysis and the traditions on which his work draws should not be left in obscurity."--Jacket.

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