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Noam Chomsky - Crisis and Hope: Theirs and Ours DVD

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On June 12, 2009, Noam Chomsky gave a historic address at the Riverside Church in New York City.

More than 2,000 people attended this historic address, captured here, in which Chomsky offered a powerful analysis of the current economic crisis and its structural roots; the continuity in U.S. foreign policy under the Barack Obama administration; the class interests driving U.S. domestic and foreign policy. He speaks at length about the tradition of worker self-management as a concrete alternative to the business as usual approach of corporations and the government during the current crisis. The DVD also features an introduction by Amy Goodman and an exclusive one on one interview with Noam Chomsky.

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On June 12, 2009, Noam Chomsky gave a historic address at the Riverside Church in New York City. The talk was sponsored by (and was a benefit for) The Brecht Forum and co-sponsors included The Education Ministry of the Riverside Church, Mission and Social Justice Commission of the Riverside Church, Theatre of the Oppressed at the Riverside Church, The Theatre of the Oppressed Laboratory & Bluestockings Books. More than 2,000 people attended this historic address, captured here, in which Chomsky offered a powerful analysis of the current economic crisis and its structural roots; the continuity in U.S. foreign policy under the Barack Obama administration; the class interests driving U.S. domestic and foreign policy. He speaks at length about the tradition of worker self-management as a concrete alternative to the business as usual approach of corporations and the government during the current crisis. The DVD also features an introduction by Amy Goodman and an exclusive one on one interview with Noam Chomsky. Format: DVD

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