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The Common Good (Real Story Series)by Noam Chomsky
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This illusion-shattering masterpiece discusses Aristotle, the U.S. left, postmodernism and everything in between, based on interviews conducted in 1996 and 1997. Includes a list of 160 progressive organizations worth supporting.
"How adroitly he cuts through the crap and really says something", describes "The Village Voice" of world-famous political writer and lecturer Noam Chomsky. In his latest report on the state of the world, Chomsky discusses a breathtaking variety of topics, ranging from Japan's trade policies to the "war" on drugs, corporate welfare, and much more.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 172-175) and index.
About the Author
Noam Chomsky was born in Philadelphia in 1938. Since 1955, he's taught linguistics - a field his theories have revolutionized -and philosophy at MIT. he's received countless honors and awards.
Chomsky has written many books on social issues, and his political talks have been heard, typically by standing-room only audiences, all over the country and the globe. In a saner world, his tireless efforts to promote justice would have long ago won him the Nobel Peace Prize.
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