Class warfare: interviews with David Barsamian

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Common Courage Press, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 185 pages
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Continuing his bestselling interviews with David Barsamian, Chomsky provides a road map to the concentration of corporate power. Amidst a devastating sketch of the ongoing destruction of civil society, Class Warfare unearths a cause for optimism in the ongoing struggle for human freedom. National ads/media.

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Review: Class Warfare: Interviews with David Barsamian

User Review  - Chris Lutz - Goodreads

Noam Chomsky has a way of speaking about politics that's very plain and clear and direct which stands in stark contrast to the vast majority of political wordsmiths and which does him a great amount of good here, while occasionally leaving a few things to be desired. Read full review

Review: Class Warfare: Interviews with David Barsamian

User Review  - Vikas Lather - Goodreads

I learn one thing from this book; reading, listening and watching Chomsky cannot be boring Read full review

Contents

The Return of Predatory Capitalism
13
History and Memory
59
The Federal Reserve Board
97
Copyright

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