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The Chomsky Quartet (The Real Story Series) (edition 2003)
by Noam Chomsky
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 187882516X, Paperback)
South End Press is honored to be publishing the The Real Story Series of Odonian Press. The Real Story Series is based on a simple idea-political books don't have to be boring. This collection of interviews and talks by Noam Chomsky is an ideal introduction to the man the New York Times called "arguably the most important intellectual alive."
In a lively conversational style, Chomsky discusses all the important political issues facing America at the turn of the century. From Central America to the Mideast, from Aristotle to postmodernism, Chomsky argues the cause of democracy and freedom with great clarity and passion. This handsome quartet comes shrink-wrapped in a 4-color case suitable for display.
Includes the titles: Secret Lies and Democracy; The Prosperous Few and Restless Many; What Uncle Sam Really Wants; and The Common Good.
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