by Noam Chomsky - £9.99 AK Press (2000)
audiobook on CD ISBN 13: 9781902593272 | ISBN 10: 1902593278
The U.S. prides itself as the defender of democracy and beacon of human rights, and U.S. foreign policy finds justification in promoting the universal values of freedom and equality. Noam Chomsky shows us how to peek behind the curtain to see what is really at work behind the human rights rhetoric. And he separates cleanly the real motives of the ongoing assault on Iraq from various high-minded explanations offered by politicians and the corporate media. Noam Chomsky's ability to illuminate politics clearly and simply, coupled with his honesty, humour and encyclopedic knowledge have made him the leading commentator on politics in our time. Produced by David Barsamian of Alternative Radio. Running time: 107 minutes.
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In booklists: Noam Chomsky, Human Rights, In categories: Politics & Philosophy, Peace & Human Rights, World - North America, Anti-Capitalism & Global Inequality, Society, Welfare, Justice & the State,