Chomsky for Beginners

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Writers and Readers Pub., 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 153 pages
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Noam Chomsky, "arguably the most important intellectual alive" (The New York Times), first became famous through his work in linguistics. Chomsky's second career, as a political/analyst/critic/activist is harder to categorize. Chomsky for Beginners presents a concise yet comprehensive introduction to this political gadfly and "media critic", whose ideas are in deadly opposition to the kow-towing mass media.

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I really rate the 'for Beginners' series. This might come as quite a shock to people who know me because, I have been known to be pretty disparaging about the entire genre of 'graphic books'. This is ... Read full review

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