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Making Contact
Interview with Noam Chomsky
Interview
Noam Chomsky, David Barsamian
 Tom Lane  Contact Contributor
Noam Chomsky discusses democracy and the "common good". The interview details the historical roots of democratic rights and questions the role of today's private corporations.
Producer: David Barsamian / National Radio Project
Uploaded by: Tom Lane
On this special edition of Making COntact, author and professor of linguistics at MIT Noam Chomsky discusses democracy and the "common good" with our National Producer, David Barsamian. The interview details the historical roots of democratic rights -- from Aristotle to the US Constitutional Convention -- and questions the role of today's private corporations that want to "undermine democratic functioning but ensure that there will be a powerful state to subsidize them," as Chomsky puts it.

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00:29:00 1 Sept. 24, 1997
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