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Provocative essays that analyze Noam Chomsky's intellectual and political career: coverage includes Chomsky's contribution to linguistics, his hatred of Israel, gloating reaction to the September 11 attacks, as well as his collaboration with Holocaust revisionists, apologies Pol Pot, and others.

C  h a p t e r Home  | T O C  | I n d e x CON TENTSIntroduction vii Peter Collier Part I Chomsky, the World and the Word ONE Whitewashing Dictatorship in Communist Vietnam and Cambodia 1 Stephen J. Morris TWO Chomsky and the Cold War 35 Thomas M. Nichols THREE Chomsky and the Media: A Kept Press and a Manipulated People 67 Eli Lehrer Part II Chomsky and the Jews FOUR Chomsky’s War against Israel 87 Paul Bogdanor FIVE Chomsky and Holocaust Denial 117 Werner Cohn

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Front MatterFront CoverTitle PageCopyright PageCONTENTSINTRODUCTIONPART I. CHOMSKY, THE WORLD AND THE WORDONE. WHITEWASHING DICTATORSHIP IN COMMUNIST VIETNAM AND CAMBODIAChomsky and the Vietnam WarChomsky on Postwar VietnamChomsky and Pol Pot's CambodiaConclusionsNOTESTWO. CHOMSKY AND THE COLD WARChomsky and CommunismImmoral Equivalence and Ideological CynicismChomsky and the Causes of the Cold WarChomsky's “Scholarship”Chomsky and America's Blame for the Cold WarChomsky and ReaganChomsky and the Cold War's EndNOTESTHREE. CHOMSKY AND THE MEDIA: A KEPT PRESS AND A MANIPULATED PEOPLENOTESPART II. CHOMSKY AND THE JEWSFOUR. CHOMSKY' S WAR AGAINST ISRAELAbolishing IsraelArab “Moderation” in Fact and FantasyLebanon: Heroes and CriminalsThe World's Leading Terrorist CommandersThe Treachery of the PLOConclusionNOTESFIVE. CHOMSKY AND HOLOCAUST DENIALChomsky and the Neo-NazisA Matter of Freedom of Speech?From Marlen to FaurissonThe “Documentary” Basis of Anti-ZionismThe 1929 ViolenceFlapan on the Betar DemonstrationVincent Sheean, EyewitnessThe “Fascist” Betar“The Zionists are like Hitler,” and the Question of the MuftiDeir Yassin and Other AtrocitiesConclusionNOTESPART III. CHOMSKY AND THE WAR ON TERRORSIX. CHOMSKY AND 9/111. “What's Happening Right Now? Starvation of 3 to 4 million people.”2. “Why Was It a Historic Event?”3. “What Is Terrorism?”4. “What Are the Origins of the September 11 Crime?”5. “What Are the Policy Options?”SEVEN. NOAM CHOMSKY' S ANTI-AMERICAN OBSESSIONNOTESPART IV. CHOMSKY AND LINGUISTICSEIGHT. A CORRUPTED LINGUISTICSDeliberate DeceptionPretending and Bluffing: The A-over-A PrincipleRipping Off Others' IdeasDenigrating Other FieldsNOTESREFERENCESNINE. CHOMSKY, LANGUAGE, WORLD WAR II AND MECONTRIBUTORSINDEX
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