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

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

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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.

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    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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