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Keeping the Rabble in Line: Interviews with David Barsamian (original 1994; edition 2002)

by Noam Chomsky (Author)

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Title:Keeping the Rabble in Line: Interviews with David Barsamian
Authors:Noam Chomsky (Author)
Info:Common Courage Press (2002), Edition: Reprint, 317 pages
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Keeping the Rabble in Line: Interviews with David Barsamian by Noam Chomsky (1994)

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I found this book a bit hard to follow because most of the events that are talked about happened when I was, at most, 8 or 9, and most of the details aren't really written about. But it was still a great literary intro (for me) to Noam Chomsky and I'd recommend it to anyone interested in him. ( )
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