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Because We Say So (Open Media Series): Chomsky, Noam/ Giroux, Henry A. (FRW): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Because We Say So (Open Media Series)
Because We Say So (Open Media Series)
Publisher : City Lights Books
Published Date : 2015/09
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780872866577

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A40180000
Place of Publication: United States
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Textual Format: Readings/Anthologies
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Geographic Designator: United States
Review:
Kirkus Reviews 2015 June #1
School-Never-Out-Of-Stock Program 2007 (And Ongoing)
Phoenix Public Library Holdings (Internal Code for CLS)

This is the third in a series of books that present a complete collection of Chomsky's writings for the New York Times Syndicate. The previous two are Interventions and Making the Future, both published by City Lights.Essays from 2011 right up to pub date, August 2015.Chomsky has a bestseller-size market ever hungry to buy his latest assessment of U.S. politics and world affairs. Because We Say So delivers the goods in short, easy to digest pieces.Huge established readership: Chomsky's Facebook page has almost 1 million fans, and his web page is visited by 1000s. Chomsky is constantly giving talks in the US that attract capacity, standing-room-only crowds, and media coverage. Cover art by Lawrence Ferlinghetti Chomsky will be 88 at date of publication.

Contents
ContentsIntroduction (TK)1. Marching off the CliffDecember 5, 20112. Recognizing the "Unpeople"January 5, 20123. Anniversaries from "Unhistory"February 4, 20124. What Are Iran's Intentions?March 3, 20125. The Assault on Public EducationApril 3, 20126. Cartegena: Beyond the Secret Service ScandalMay 1, 20127. Somebody Else's AtrocitiesJune 1, 20128. The Great Charter: Its Fate, Our FateJuly 3, 20129. In Hiroshima's ShadowAugust 1, 201210. When Travesty Borders on TragedyAugust 30, 201211. Issues that Obama and Romney AvoidOctober 4, 201212. Gaza, the World's Largest Open-Air PrisonNovember 7, 201213. Gaza Under AssaultDecember 1, 201214. The Gravest Threat to World PeaceJanuary 3, 201315. Who Owns the World?February 5, 201316. Can Civilization Survive Capitalism?March 4, 201317. In Palestine, Dignity and ViolenceApril 1, 201318. Boston and BeyondMay 1, 201319. Guilty in GuatamalaJune 3, 201320. Who Owns the Earth?July 4, 201321. Is Edward J. Snowden Aboard this Plane?July 31, 201322. The "Honest Broker" Is Crooked August 30, 201323. The Obama DoctrineOctober 4, 201324. De-Americanizing the World November 4, 201325. The "Axis of Evil" RevisitedDecember 3, 201326. What Is the Common Good?January 1, 201427. Prerogatives of PowerFebruary 4, 201428. Security and State PolicyMarch 3, 201429. The Prospects for SurvivalMarch 31, 2014NotesIndexAbout Noam Chomsky