Open Media Collection Noam Chomsky

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Open Media Collection  by  Noam Chomsky

Open Media Collection by Noam Chomsky
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You wont see him on CNN or Face the Nation, but Noam Chomsky is the fiercest critic of media bias and government duplicity we know. As The Guardian writes, he ranks with Marx, Shakespeare, and the Bible as one of the most quoted sources in theMoreYou wont see him on CNN or Face the Nation, but Noam Chomsky is the fiercest critic of media bias and government duplicity we know. As The Guardian writes, he ranks with Marx, Shakespeare, and the Bible as one of the most quoted sources in the humanities. Now Quality Paperback Book Club brings you this exclusive Chomsky omnibus—three books you have to read if you want the undistorted truth about the world we live in now.In the wake of September 11th, Chomsky published his thoughts on Osama bin Laden and the root causes, historical precedents, and possible outcomes of the attacks in his award-winning antiwar screed 9-11, an international bestseller.

Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda collects Chomskys opinions on manipulative media practices (i.e., how propaganda works to silence opposition and build consent for foreign policy), and includes his incisive critique of media coverage of Bushs war on terrorism. And in Acts of Aggression: Policing Rogue States, Chomsky and Edward W. Said examine the background and ramifications of the U.S. conflict with Iraq.Cover design by Grey ThornberryCover photograph © Christopher Felver/CORBISPrinted in U.S.A.[From back cover.]



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