Propaganda and the Public Mind: Conversations with Noam Chomsky

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Pluto Press, 2001 - Language and languages - 252 pages
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Draws on previously unpublished interviews with one of world's leading thinkers; Chomsky offers an damning critique of the way our perceptions are shaped by global powerbrokers; Shows how ordinary people can work together to break through the propaganda machine; World renowned dissident Noam Chomsky offers insight into the institutions that shape the public mind in the service of power and profit. He discusses a range of issues, including the global growth in inequality and the military escapades of the United States. Chomsky offers hope for the future and shows how ordinary citizens, if they work together, have the power to make meaningful change. This collection draws on interviews with Chomsky that have never before been published.

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Sharyn Lock has been volunteering in Palestine since 2002. She has accompanied Palestinians in their nonviolent resistance to the West Bank Wall and volunteered at a Palestinian medical clinic in Lebanon during the 2007 attacks on Nahr El Bard refugee camp. She was also involved in planning to take boats through the sea blockade to Gaza with the Free Gaza movement. She has written for New Internationalist, Red Pepper and the Big Issue North.

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