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Class Warfare: Interviews with David Barsamian

Chomsky, N. (2002). Class Warfare: Interviews with David Barsamian. Pluto Press.


Pluto Press, 2002. 185 pages.

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No terms yet!
p.143
that's not a promise, that's a threat
[...] Although one should be very careful about t…
p.130
even the poorest Third World country has a very r…
[...] He said, I’d better give these guys a decen…
p.125
the classical liberals and concentration of power
[...] the classical liberals, the Jeffersons and …
p.122
the discrepancy between goals and visions
[...] your goals and your visions are often in di…
p.114
get to work on it
[...] there has not in history ever been any answ…

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Israel: Rewarding the Cop on the Beat

the title refers to Melvin Laird (Nixon's secretary of defense) who implied that Israel is a local cop on the beat (in the middle east) and Chomsky adds: "and police headquarters remain in Washington"

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Israel: Rewarding the Cop on the Beat

the title refers to Melvin Laird (Nixon's secretary of defense) who implied that Israel is a local cop on the beat (in the middle east) and Chomsky adds: "and police headquarters remain in Washington"

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