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Chomsky on Cambodia (II)

By way of imagining the real world, Southeast Asia Sounding: 1/18/2010: I previously mentioned a review of the “Chomsky/Cambodia” debate. For those not familiar with this eternally recurring ideologically-driven nightmare, Noam Chomsky, internationally the most respected intellectual in the world … Continue reading

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Chomsky on Cambodia

Further Update : Chomsky on Cambodia (II), January 19, 2010. Update : It’s perhaps not that strange that Caldwell had neglected to read Ponchaud, given that he had already dismissed the Frenchman’s credibility in print. He based his damning opinion … Continue reading

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