by Noam Chomsky
AVAILABILITY: Active Record (Readily Available)
Publication Date: June 2003
Publisher: AK Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Topics: POLITICAL SCIENCE_ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES; ANARCHISM AND ANARCHISTS
How is it that one man can be so maligned by the Right and yet remain so misunderstood by the Left? This new and expanded edition of Radical Pri-orities puts the spotlight on Chomsky's libertarian social and political philosophy in an engaging, easy-to-navigate manner. Keenly edited by Carlos-Peregrin Otero, this comprehensive collection of essays and in-terviews remains the ultimate guide to the politics of the author of 911, America's bible for post-September 11th stress disorder. Discover for yourself the mind and motivations of the man the New York Times
has labeled "the foremost gadfly of our national conscience."
Noam Chomsky, author, professor, dissident, remains an essential voice for our times.
Updated and expanded edition.
About the Author
Noam Chomsky is a professor of linguistics at M.I.T. and world-renowned dissident. He is the author of dozens of books including 911, On Neo-liberalism: Profit over People, Propaganda and the Public Mind, Year 501: The Conquest Continues,Fateful Triangle and What Uncle Sam Really Wants.
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