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Propaganda and the public mind : conversations with Noam Chomsky / David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky
Bib ID 6047
Format BookBook
Author
Chomsky, Noam
 
Description Cambridge, Mass. : South End Press, c2001 
x, 252 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0896086356 (cloth)
0896086348 (paperback)
0896086046
0896086038 (paperback)
Full contents
  • Introduction / David Barsamian
  • 1. Activist Victories
  • 2. U.S. to World: Get Out of the Way
  • 3. For Reasons of State
  • 4. East Timor on the Brink
  • 5. The Meaning of Seattle
  • 6. Liberating the Mind from Orthodoxies
  • 7. Solidarity.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Chomsky, Noam -- Interviews.  |  World politics -- 1989-  |  Language and languages -- Philosophy.
Other authors/contributors Barsamian, David

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