Contents Introduction (TK) 1. Marching off the Cliff December 5, 2011 2. Recognizing the "Unpeople" January 5, 2012 3. Anniversaries from "Unhistory" February 4, 2012 4. What Are Iran's Intentions? March 3, 2012 5. The Assault on Public Education April 3, 2012 6. Cartegena: Beyond the Secret Service Scandal May 1, 2012 7. Somebody Else's Atrocities June 1, 2012 8. The Great Charter: Its Fate, Our Fate July 3, 2012 9. In Hiroshima's Shadow August 1, 2012 10. When Travesty Borders on Tragedy August 30, 2012 11. Issues that Obama and Romney Avoid October 4, 2012 12. Gaza, the World's Largest Open-Air Prison November 7, 2012 13. Gaza Under Assault December 1, 2012 14. The Gravest Threat to World Peace January 3, 2013 15. Who Owns the World? February 5, 2013 16. Can Civilization Survive Capitalism? March 4, 2013 17. In Palestine, Dignity and Violence April 1, 2013 18. Boston and Beyond May 1, 2013 19. Guilty in Guatamala June 3, 2013 20. Who Owns the Earth? July 4, 2013 21. Is Edward J. Snowden Aboard this Plane? July 31, 2013 22. The "Honest Broker" Is Crooked August 30, 2013 23. The Obama Doctrine October 4, 2013 24. De-Americanizing the World November 4, 2013 25. The "Axis of Evil" Revisited December 3, 2013 26. What Is the Common Good? January 1, 2014 27. Prerogatives of Power February 4, 2014 28. Security and State Policy March 3, 2014 29. The Prospects for Survival March 31, 2014 Notes Index About Noam Chomsky
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Noam Chomsky is known throughout the world for his groundbreaking work in linguistics and for his relentless advocacy for democracy, freedom and self-determination. He is author of dozens of books, many of which have become international best sellers. He is Institute Professor in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston. A member of the American Academy of Science, he has published widely in both linguistics and current affairs, and writes a monthly column for The New York Times Syndicate which is the basis for a series of books published in the Open Media Series by City Lights books: Interventions, Making the Future, and Because We Say So.
"The essays are scathing and Chomsky brilliant, as a public
intellectual engaged in a concerted and committed campaign to break
the 'big lie' of an increasingly consolidated authoritarian state
that has embarked on global military destruction in the name of
humanitarian undertakings."--Shelley Walia, The Hindu