Noam Chomsky: Arab Spring, American Winter

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Occupy Wall Street Day 14

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on Dec 14, 2011

Noam Chomsky, Institute Professor of Linguistics, MIT, reflects on the irony that while the peoples of the Middle East are demanding the right to good education, health, and employment, Americans, battered by an economic systems that eludes most people’s grasp, seem to be resigned to a future without such rights.

Noam Chomsky: Arab Spring, American Winter

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