Wednesday, August 04


Noam Chomsky Sleeps Furiously

While they didn't use my brilliant title, the book I wanted is out:
The Anti-Chomsky Reader does not seek to deprogram members of the Chomsky cult. But it does offer a response and antidote to the millions of words Noam Chomsky has emitted over the last 35 years, and tries to explain to those who do not yet accept him as their rinpoche what he has stood for during that time. Some of the ideas on his intellectual curriculum vitae that are discussed in the following pages—his defense of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge; his support of holocaust revisionism—may surprise those who know Chomsky only generally as a critic of U.S. foreign policy. Other of his commitments—the assertion that the U.S. as a world power is continuing the program of Nazi Germany and his fierce hatred of Israel—will, unfortunately, be more familiar. But either way, as Chomskyism continues to grow at home and abroad, it is clearly time for a reckoning.
A snip at just $10 too! (It will probably be $39.95 by the time it reaches Australia.)

Meanwhile, busy busy time is over, so I'll be back starting tomorrow.

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1 Yay! That's about you being back, not about Chompski. Though I'll give another Yay for the anti-Chumpscreed book too. Slightly smaller and to the left, with a little path running down the middle.

Posted by: Jim at Wednesday, August 04 2004 01:20 PM (IOwam)

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