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Noam Chomsky: The Culture of Imperialism

Edward Said was perhaps Palestine's greatest political voice. Here Noam Chomsky, inspired by Said's studies of imperialism and European racism,
addresses contemporary imperialism
and racism, primarily in the context of US foreign policy, but also with reference to the Israeli Annexation Wall, which he terms an "illegal monstrosity."

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