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By Sperlich, Wolfgang B.
An approachable and up to date introduction to the work of Noam Chomsky - one the supreme anti-authoritarioan figures of our age. Sperlich covers Chomsky's career as a political activist: from a 16 year old student against the background of Nagasaki and Hiroshima to his present p...osition as an increasingly ferocious critic of American policy and the American political system. Sperlich has a background as an "education activist" and teacher at various New Zealand high-schools.Read more
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A compact and rich biographical study, Noam Chomsky is a brilliant introduction to one of the most polarizing intellectuals of our time, a thinker whose words continue to pierce the heart of public discourse.
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This dictionary, with some 10,000 entries, details the Polynesian language of Niue.
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