Category Archives: Noam Chomsky

The Meaning of Vietnam – Noam Chomsky (The New York Review of Books, June 12, 1975)

“The US government was defeated in Indochina, but only bruised at home. No outside power will compel us to face the record honestly or to offer reparations. On the contrary, efforts will be devoted to obscuring the history of the … Continue reading

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“The Responsibility of Intellectuals” – Noam Chomsky (1967)

“‘The Responsibility of Intellectuals’ is an essay by the American academic Noam Chomsky which was published as a special supplement by The New York Review of Books on the 23 February 1967. The article was written during the then-ongoing Vietnam … Continue reading

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