Industrial Worker (IWW Newspaper) interviews Noam Chomsky

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[Transcript: Worker Occupations And The Future Of Radical Labor By Noam Chomsky and Diane Krauthamer]

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The editor of the Industrial Worker, Diane Krauthamer, spoke to Noam Chomsky at his MIT office in Cambridge, MA, on October 9th, 2009.

The Industrial Worker is the official newspaper of the IWW (the Industrial Workers of the World), a radical union.

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