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Class Warfare: Interviews with David Barsamian Continuing His Bestselling Interviews With David Barsamian, CHomsky Provides A Road Map To The Concentration Of Corporate Power Amidst A Devastating Sketch Of The Ongoning Destruction Of Civil Society, Class Warfare Unearths A Cause For Optimism In The Ongoing Struggle For Human Freedom National Ads Media


10 thoughts on “Class Warfare: Interviews with David Barsamian

  1. says:

    This is a quick read with a surprising amount of personal information about Chomsky if that interests you.Class Warfare, like most other volumes that contains interview material between Chomsky and Barsamian is void of clarifying examples, given context information, or historical accounts It would not be recommended for the reader just discovering Chomsky It would betoward the reader already familiar with Chomsky s philosophy if one can call it that Other than this, these interviews c This is a quick read with a surprising amount of personal information about Chomsky if that interests you.Class Warfare, like most other volumes that contains interview material between Chomsky and Barsamian is void of clarifying examples, given context information, or historical accounts It would not be recommended for the reader just discovering Chomsky It would betoward the reader already familiar with Chomsky s philosophy if one can call it that Other than this, these interviews concentrate heavily the rapidly expanding class war that is being escalated The toxic topic of statist and protectionist economic measures geared to sending profit towards the private corporate institutions while socializing the costs is thoroughly fleshed out This is helpful, as it is usually a topic alluded to in most of his work but rarely elucidated


  2. says:

    Mr Chomsky s arguments are exceptionally lucid and meticulously supported His point of view is most definitely outside the box, with indebatable credentials He ends every talk and lecture with the admonition not to believe him, but rather to go out and find out for ourselves I m extremely grateful for the help in considering the state of things from a truly alternative perspective, along with the inspiration to draw my own conclusions.For those who ve never read Mr Chomsky, nor heard him sp Mr Chomsky s arguments are exceptionally lucid and meticulously supported His point of view is most definitely outside the box, with indebatable credentials He ends every talk and lecture with the admonition not to believe him, but rather to go out and find out for ourselves I m extremely grateful for the help in considering the state of things from a truly alternative perspective, along with the inspiration to draw my own conclusions.For those who ve never read Mr Chomsky, nor heard him speak, I cannot urge you strongly enough to treat yourself to a discussion of his.The work is probably not a good choice for readers below 10th grade, but that s only because the history and and references he cites may require research in order to know to what he s referring There s nothing objectionable in language or content regarding violence or sexuality It s always intellectually challenging material


  3. says:

    As always, Noam Chomsky looks at things using a truly scientific eye I love the way that he reveals our history in a way that still, twenty five years after my initial exposure to it, seems entirely fresh and new In Class Warfare , Chomsky focuses on how the Right, generally beginning with Reagan, has used propaganda to make insensitivity towards the poor seem acceptable And a really in depth look at how we really have instituted a Nanny State for the super wealthy And how the governmen As always, Noam Chomsky looks at things using a truly scientific eye I love the way that he reveals our history in a way that still, twenty five years after my initial exposure to it, seems entirely fresh and new In Class Warfare , Chomsky focuses on how the Right, generally beginning with Reagan, has used propaganda to make insensitivity towards the poor seem acceptable And a really in depth look at how we really have instituted a Nanny State for the super wealthy And how the government s propaganda machine has not only disassembled our safety net, but demonized unions, which tend to be the best bet against abuse by the ownership class Impeccably documented Compelling in his argument And measured So, instead of playing like a conspiracy theory, Chomsky s thesis seems pretty much unassailable Recommended to anyone who is interested in reading the thoughts of a true intellectual Because Chomsky will annoy both Democrats and Republicans Because he sees things in a way that at first seems skewed But when you begin paying attention, you realize that he is, in essence, spot on


  4. says:

    Interviews here were conducted in 1996 and the book was published in 1997 NC perceptively details the post 9 11 corporate takeover of US government and the dismantling of democracy in America This almost reads like science fiction Must read.


  5. says:

    Encore un qui aime la v rit.


  6. says:

    Chomsky is thought provoking, as usual This wasn t a light read but I think I m a bit smarter for having read it.


  7. says:

    Somewhat repetitive but good insights, as expected


  8. says:

    Fantastic Always fantastic Just about every time you turn the page you read some startling new insight into our political economy Chomsky is fount of brilliant analysis May the well never run dry.


  9. says:

    Noam Chomsky has a way of speaking about politics that s very plain and clear and direct which stands in stark contrast to the vast majority of political wordsmiths and which does him a great amount of good here, while occasionally leaving a few things to be desired.


  10. says:

    Per usual, Chomsky s insights are very much worth reading, while Barsamian largely falls flat as an interviewer mostly failing to ask good questions, or follow up where appropriate.