Elections & Change: A Talk by Noam Chomsky on the 2008 Elections

Noam Chomsky talks to a packed house in Boston following the historic 2008 U.S. election results. He compares the democratic systems of Latin America (where left movements have been putting their candidates in office in recent years) with the public relations-managed extravaganzas in the U.S. (intended for a passive citizenry), drawing lessons on how we can best create progressive “real change.”

Recorded November 19, 2008 at the Arlington Street Church in Boston, Massachusetts. 43 minutes total – introduction by Sergio Reyes, talk, plus questions and answers.
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