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.
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Review: Radical PrioritiesUser Review - David Spencer - Goodreads
First Chomsky book I ever read back in middle school (not sure exactly when) and it was, I believe, a second edition copy of the book. This is the third edition, with new material added, and it both ... Read full review
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US foreign policy is hypocritical. *ie see review for Failed States Read full review
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