The Clinton Vision: Old Wine, New Bottles by Noam Chomsky (Audio Book)
In this 1994 speech–the first of three released by AK Press, oddly enough, in association with the punk record label Epitaph–Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Noam Chomsky shoots from the hip, criticizing the early days of the Clinton administration long before anyone had ever heard of Monica Lewinsky. Chomsky digs into Clinton’s bungled health care plan, his business interests, his labor policies, and his involvement with the North American Free Trade Agreement. Despite being the world’s foremost linguist, Chomsky is not exactly a charismatic speaker–he drones a bit and offers humor sparingly. His strong, simple words, though, and his big ideas are undeniably engrossing. He takes politics out of the ether and shows us how it affects our lives and the lives of those around us.



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