What is terrorism? And how can we reduce the likelihood of such crimes, whether they are against us, or against someone else? With his vintage flair, penetrating analysis, and ironic wit, Chomsky, in perhaps his most anticipated lecture ever—delivered a month after 9/11, and his first public statement—makes sense of a world apparently gone mad.
“We certainly want to reduce the level of terror. . . . There is one easy way to do that . . . stop participating in it.”—Noam Chomsky, from the CD
Noam Chomsky is the author of dozens of books and CDs on American foreign policy, international affairs, human rights, the media, linguistics, and the mind. He is a legend—deservedly.