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Imperial Ambitions, Conversations with Noam Chomsky on the Post-9-11 World

 
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Since he became politically active in the '60s, Noam Chomsky has been such a tireless critic of American foreign policy, mass media, and the ill effects of globalization that an admiring filmmaker dubbed him "the rebel without a pause." In this series of interviews (his first since 9/11), the MIT linguistics professor reflects on what he views as an increasingly unstable world. His conversations with radio journalist David Barsamian range freely over timely topics including the 2004 presidential campaign and election; the future of Social Security; global warming; "rogue states" and the invasion and occupation of Iraq.



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