Prospects For Democracy
By Noam Chomsky
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Recorded live at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Noam Chomsky is an influential linguist, professor, author, and activist. Chomsky has been active in left-wing politics and he opposed the Vietnam War. He is the eighth most cited source of all time, and is considered the ''most cited living author''. Chomsky is also the author of over 150 books.
Running Time: 1:12:55
1 Democracy: Rhetoric and Reality
2 Soviet and Us "Democracy"
3 New Order of World Government
4 Democratic Fears of Corporate Power
5 Fear of Democracy
6 Propoganda: Controlling Democracy
7 Reaganites: Defiling Democracy
8 Us Repression I: Smashing Labor
9 Corporate Media: Radio, TV and the Information Highway
10 Us Repression Ii: Against the '60s
11 Deterring the Nafta Debate
12 Against Democracy In the Dependencies: Haiti and Central America
13 Prospects For Democracy Now