Perspectives on Power: Reflections on Human Nature and the Social Order by Professor Noam Chomsky
From the nature of democracy to our place in the natural world, from the intellectual responsibility of writers to anarchic visions, from international politics to the politics of language, this book provides a critique of orthodox views and government policy. Chomsky seeks to lift the veil of lies diverting the public from knowledge of the acts being committed in their name and reviews how the new world order is a re-marketing of the same old disorder. The book brings together Chomsky's latest thinking on a broad range of themes, and is based on a series of addresses he delivered to audiences on his 1995 visit to Australia.
Black Rose Books Ltd: 1996.
ISBN: 9781551640488. 276 pp.