Thursday, January 31, 2008

What We Say Goes by Noam Chomsky

What We Say Goes presents Chomsky's latest thoughts and concerns about Iran, the unreported backdrop to the Israel-Palestine conflict, the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, and the growing power of the populist left in Latin America.

As with many of Chomsky's recent publications, the overarching themes are unchanged and remain focused on state power, propaganda, and social change.

What We Say Goes was culled from a series of Chomsky interviews with David Barsamian.

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