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Stop The Clock: critiques of the new social workhouse
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It's Noam Chomsky vs the Bush Regime in this much-anticipated spoken-word release. Recorded in November 2004, just after the 're-election' of George W. Bush, Chomsky pinpoints the principle commitments of the current administration. In the name of expanding markets and controlling access to key natural resources, we've seen the blatant undermining of democratic practice, contempt for international law, restriction of civil liberties, and the use of state terrorism to further policy objectives.
This is not another cataloguing of the offences and blunders committed by Bush, but a lively chronicle of the systematic power plays that have effectively wrenched power from ordinary people's hands and made the world an increasingly unstable place.
Product Code: 5100
Author: CHOMSKY, Noam
Publisher: AK Press
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