2001 Harvard Trade Union Program
Program #CHON164. Recorded in Cambridge, MA on February 09, 2001.
The latest in a series recorded at the Harvard Trade Union Program. The ability of intellectuals and the propaganda system to avoid and miss crucial stories takes a tremendous amount of training and discipline. One cannot rise to the pinnacles of power and respectability in the academy or the media without mimicking the official story. Chomsky gives specific examples of how propaganda works.
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