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Noam Chomsky on the U.S. elections - INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES!

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Published on Mar 12, 2012

MIT Professor Emeritus of Linguistics Noam Chomsky on the electoral process in America.

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    YouTube and Shakespeare - Folger Shakespeare Director Mike Witmore in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    How & why does our media fail us? MIT's Noam Chomsky - from INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Shakespeare and his world: the Folger's Michael Witmore in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

  6. 6

    The Great Depression & 2013: historian & policy analyst Michael Lind in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Art, exile, politics, and memory - Solzhenitsyn in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

  8. 8

    Media, technology & the incumbent elites - historian Michael Lind in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

  9. 9

    Conspiracy theories & historians - Jim Grossman in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

  10. Noam Chomsky on the U.S. elections - INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES!

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    Comedy, computing & Shakespeare: the Folger's Michael Witmore in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Up from a 400-year deep-sea dive: Michael Witmore - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    MIT's Noam Chomsky: Does the media cover our most pressing issues? INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES!

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    On threats to freedom! Richard Stallman - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Watching philanthropy - Princeton University's Stan Katz in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Michael Lind of the New America Foundation on economic crises - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

  18. 18

    Are communities key to learning? MIT's Noam Chomsky on why - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

  19. 19

    Evaluating evil - a role for art and literature. Solzhenitsyn in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    "Too much democracy"? So people have said! MIT's Noam Chomsky in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Health care? Employment? Media's role? INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES presents MIT's Noam Chomsky

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    Why is free software important? Richard Stallman - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Activism in a digital society - Richard Stallman in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

  24. 24

    The New America Foundation's Michael Lind on the 2008 recession - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Writing, philosophy, & totalitarianism - Solzhenitsyn in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Historian Jim Grossman on historical thinking and politics - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Shakespeare, politics, insults! The Folger Library's Michael Witmore in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    "The history all around us" - historian Jim Grossman in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Books and freedom - Richard Stallman on readers and technology in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Shakespeare as killer software: the Folger Library's Michael Witmore in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Media & the Shakespeare plays - the Folger Library's Michael Witmore in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Curly as Johann Strauss: Gilbert Gottfried on Impressions, Work, & the Grapefruit

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    What is "historical thinking"? - Historian Jim Grossman in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Words = pegs! Folger Director Mike Witmore on encoding Shakespeare - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    Princeton's Anthony Grafton - on the shift from scroll to codex - in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    The history of media & social change - Anthony Grafton in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    The Catholic Church & the force of print - Princeton's Tony Grafton in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Wikipedia, history, and historians - Jim Grossman in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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    The footnote as our modern guarantee - Princeton's Tony Grafton in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Exploding wealth and new philanthropy - Princeton's Stan Katz in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    Philanthropies and public policy - Princeton University's Stan Katz in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    On the parameters of charity - Princeton University's Stanley Katz in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES

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    On libraries, surveillance, and freedom - Richard Stallman in INT's ENLIGHTENMENT MINUTES.

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