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The Anti-Chomsky Reader
Beginning with his criticism of the Vietnam War in the 1960s, MIT professor Noam Chomsky has become better known for his radical politics than for his theories of language. These essays scrutinize both the theories and the politics: linguists Paul Postal and Robert Levine reevaluate Chomsky's linguistics to find parallels with his politics; scholar Paul Bogdanor explores Chomsky's hatred of Israel; Ronald Radosh and David Horowitz discuss Chomsky's gloating reaction to the September 11 attacks; ... more info>>
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The Flight of the Intellectuals
Twenty years ago, Ayatollah Khomeini called for the assassination of Salman Rushdie--and writers around the world instinctively rallied to Rushdie's defense. Today, according to writer Paul Berman, “Rushdie has metastasized into an entire social class”--an ever-growing group of sharp-tongued critics of Islamist extremism, especially critics from Muslim backgrounds, who survive only because of pseudonyms and police protection. And yet, instead of being applauded, the Rushdies of today... more info>>
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The Greenspan Effect
The United States Federal Reserve System has played a key role in U.S. economic affairs since it was established in 1913. Still, it has never enjoyed the unprecedented power and influence it wields today over global financial markets.
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The Little Hero: One Boy's Fight for Freedom; Iqbal Masih's Story
Iqbal Masih was gunned down by an assassin in cold blood. He was just 13 years old. Andrew Crofts, the bestselling ghostwriter of "The Little Prisoner and The Kid", tells the heart-wrenching story of this courageous child martyr, who died trying to end child slavery. After six years of bonded labour in a Pakistani carpet factory, Iqbal escaped the clutches of his tyrannical carpet-master, and then tirelessly worked to spread the word to other enslaved children that they could be free too. He add... more info>>
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The U. S. Constitution and Bill of Rights
The Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights (the first 10 amendments to it). Also included are the Declaration of Independence, the 17 subsequent amendments to the Constitution, and brief biographies of the 55 of the Founding Fathers (those who were delegates from each of the thirteen original states except Rhode Island, which did not send any delegates, to the Constitutional Convention, which was held in Philadelphia in 1787). This historical edition of the Constitutution is a ... more info>>
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We're Global Citizens: Conversations with Tomorrow's Leaders
International House, otherwise known as I-House, is an institution and community established by the Rockefeller family in New York City. The mission of International House is to enable selected graduate students and interns from countries around the world to live and learn together in a supportive residential community that builds life-long qualities of leadership, tolerance, respect, and friendship among individuals of all nations and backgrounds. This collection of biographical sketches is bas... more info>>
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Where America Went Wrong, and How to Regain Her Democratic Ideals
America has a problem. The world knows it. Most Americans feel it. What exactly is it? Where America Went Wrong exposes the problem and shows what we must do about it. The problem is that America over the last forty years or so has become increasingly more undemocratic. Our government is dominated by powerful special interests, especially corporate interests that have gained untrammeled dominance over American life. Not only are governmental questions important to average Americans not addressed... more info>>
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