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Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse The Chomsky Sessions for the
criticism of American foreign policy since the Vietnam War. Civil
resistance and struggle continue to be required to civilize America.

The Chomsky Sessions
Noam Chomsky On The World

The Chomsky Sessions (2008) - 70 minutes
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One of the most respected intellectuals of the 20th century, Noam Chomsky has had a long and prolific career as a linguist, philosopher, and political activist. Undoubtedly, though, he is best known as the quintessential American dissident.

Chomsky's criticism of U.S. foreign policy began with the Vietnam War and has continued over the span of the next 40 years (and roughly as many books). Noam Chomsky On The World delves into the mind of the man himself through a series of candid interviews, lectures, and classroom discussions in which he traces the entire arc of 20th-century American politics, from 1920s public policy to 9/11. Even more importantly, the professor emeritus sketches out a history of resistance and struggle that is fundamental to his political thought and, he claims, to the "civilizing" of America. Disarmingly straightforward, tremendously informed, and profoundly insightful, Chomsky has the rare ability to illuminate larger patterns and systems, bringing viewers to a far deeper understanding of history, power, and the uniquely American privilege of protest.

Thoroughly absorbing and edifying, Noam Chomsky On The World profiles the critical thinking of a man who has spent his life striving to educate, to empower and, ultimately, to liberate.

Complete Bonus Lecture: Is there intelligent life on Earth?


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The Chomsky Sessions
Noam Chomsky On The World

Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse The Chomsky Sessions for the
criticism of American foreign policy since the Vietnam War. Civil
resistance and struggle continue to be required to civilize America.