with Noam Chomsky
July 6, 2012
‘If you’re rich and powerful you never have enough’. In this full-length interview, Gary Younge talks to US historian and philosopher Noam Chomsky about why the Occupy movement is so important, where it goes from here, and how it will affect the election.
Noam Chomsky: ‘The Occupy movement just lit a spark’
Riccardo on Jun 15, 2015
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The audio is awful. It’s not you. I tried to watch this interview on Common Dreams, too.
Yes, it is very low. I had to turn up the volume all the way to hear it and it was still rather low. Sorry about that.