Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky Linguistics Professor, M-I-T, Cambridge, MA Author of many books, the latest is _Profit Over people: Neoliberalism and Global Order_ [Seven Stories Press, 1999] Noam Chomsky is hailed as one of America's leading intellectuals and social activists. Known as the "father of modern linguistics," a discipline he founded in 1957, Chomsky is equally well known for his critical views of U.S. foreign policy and what he calls the "propaganda" role of the media. Join Ray Suarez for a wide-ranging discussion with linguist, professor, author and social critic Noam Chomsky.



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