Chomsky: after the Guardian hatchet job, read the Salon piece

If you read that pathetic hatchet job from the Guardian (they somehow didn’t find space to mention the apology they had to write about him in 2005), then I suggest you wash out the taste from your mouth by reading this brilliant piece from June 2012.

http://www.salon.com/2012/06/17/when_chomsky_wept/

Hat-tip to Mark

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2 Responses to Chomsky: after the Guardian hatchet job, read the Salon piece

  1. Sam Gunsch says:

    Glenn Greenwald rips:

    How Noam Chomsky is discussed

    The more one dissents from political orthodoxies, the more the attacks focus on personality, style and character

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/mar/23/noam-chomsky-guardian-personality

    excerpt: “…what is so striking is that virtually every mainstream profile or discussion of him at some point inevitably recites the same set of personality and stylistic attacks designed to malign his advocacy without having to do the work to engage the substance of his claims. “

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