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Noam Chomsky on Organizing for a Next System

Originally published by The Next System Project, Truthout highlights our interview with Noam Chomsky on student organization and system change:

Philosopher, linguist, and social critic Noam Chomsky recently spoke about his experiences in campus activism and his vision of a just society to help inaugurate the Next System Project’s ambitious new teach-ins initiative taking place across the country. An initial signatory to the Next System statement, Chomsky explores the connections between culture, mass movements, and economic experiments — which in “mutually reinforcing” interaction, may build toward a next system more quickly than you may think… Read the full Next System Project interview.

Publication date: 2016-04-18
Parent publication: Truthout
Publication URL: http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/35691-noam-chomsky-on-organizing-for-a-next-system

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