Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
The premier intellectual of his generation and the father of modern linguistics challenges written history and the validity of modern media in a pair of powerful lectures and an extended interview which combine to offer a compelling look at modern politics. Those familiar with the activist philosophy of Noam Chomsky know well that he's not one to leave a controversial topic unchallenged. A skilled speaker who manages to be at once entertaining and vastly informative, Chomsky's heated views of American foreign policy and mass media will challenge viewers to second-guess the status quo and question the information they receive on a daily basis.
controversial, foreign-policy, history, interview, linguistics, media, political-power, politics