Noam Chomsky: The Dismantling of the Social Contract

Noam Chomsky

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Nov 15, 2012

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  6. Arguably of considerable related interest is http://activistteacher.blogspot.co.uk/
    where there is an interview on the Progressive Radio Network with Denis Rancourt about his long running dispute with the U of Ottawa and the subsequent Canadian court circus that he has been exposed to. Professor Rancourt is a physicist who was a close friend and colleague of the late David Noble ~ see http://activistteacher.blogspot.co.uk/2009/11/breaking-rules-talk-by-david-f-noble.html

    • “Denis G. Rancourt was a tenured and full professor at the University of Ottawa in Canada. He was trained as a physicist and practiced physics, Earth sciences, and environmental science, areas in which he was funded by a national agency and ran an internationally recognized laboratory. He published over 100 articles in leading scientific journals. He developed popular activism courses and was an outspoken critic of the university administration and a defender of Palestinian rights. He was fired for his dissidence in 2009 by a president who is a staunch supporter of Israeli policy. ” [See http://www.academicfreedom.ca]

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