U.S. Gulf Policy
Program #CHON056. Recorded in Cambridge, MA on November 19, 1990.
The Gulf cisis moves inexorably toward war. The U.S. has committed hundreds of thousands of troops, with more on the way. Why is diplomacy shunned, and why are sanctions not given a chance to work? Noam Chomsky explains why. He persuasively argues that the U.S. prefers to use force. Chomsky exposes the hypocrisy and double standards of U.S. policy vs. Iraq. Agression, occupation and annexation is permissible for the U.S. or its clients but not for Saddam, who Bush calls "worse than Hitler." Around the country there is growing concern about and opposition to war. Chomsky offers vital information and analyses that deserve to be heard and discussed before the shooting starts.
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