In this third volume of best-selling interviews, Noam Chomsky reveals and explores intriguing contradictions about both himself and the political issues of our time.
Why is deficit spending a good idea? And how is the debate used to widen the gap between rich and poor?
Why has the term "class warfare" become acceptable political discourse?
How did Adam Smith and James Madison predict--and warn against--key elements of our current economic and social crisis?
What do Islamic fundamentalism, the Nazis and the U.S. Right have in common?
How are "family values" crusades destroying family life?
Why have voters voted Republican, yet dislike the Republican agenda?
Why does Newt Gingrich alienate the elite?
Why do free markets destroy competition?
What is it about the rise of militias that signals the possibilities for positive change? Insights into Chomsky's Political Philosophy:
Why is this supporter of anarchist ideals in favor of strengthening the federal government?
What educational paradigm guides Chomsky both in his own learning and with his students?
What is it about Chomsky's fame that reveals misfortune for the Left? Find the answers to all these questions and more in CLASS WARFARE!