Hegemony or Surrender? by Noam Chomsky

Posted: September 20, 2010 in Reviews
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Chomsky is not a man to argue with. As one of the 10 most quoted writers of all time, he has enough well-articulated facts and figures to piss on anyone’s Mr. Chips. Luckily for us he’s been a fierce political gadfly since the 60’s, a godfather figure for modern dissenters like Moore and Palast. His latest opus examines the Bush regime’s war on Iraq, terror and democracy, revealing the alarming shifts in law and ideology that leave us facing a stark choice…

Appeared in Blowback magazine // Book Reviews p.74 [Issue#4 Feb 2004]


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