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By Fred Branfman
June 17, 2012
I first met Noam Chomsky, in Laos, where I showed him the devastating effects of U.S. air raids
Forty-two years ago I had an unusual experience. I became friendly with a guy named Noam Chomsky. I came to know him as a human being before becoming fully aware of his fame and the impact of his work. I have often thought of this experience since — both because of the insights it gave me into him and, more important, the deep trouble in which our nation and world find themselves today. (more…)
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