Noam Chomsky’s Anti-communism for the 21st Century

Chris Hedges' Radical Liberalism
Using many of the writings of Michael Parenti’s book Blackshirts and Reds, the author outlines the commonalities between the anarchist-liberal Noam Chomsky and Chris Hedges.

Just as with Chomsky, Hedges attacks actually existing socialism claiming that communism and fascism are both totalitarian. He never uses the words “capitalism” and “imperialism” and brags about his experience as a foreign correspondent for the New York Times, as if that were something to be proud of.

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