Chomsky Review Chapter 3 – Religion and Politics
I hope you’ve found this summarization useful. I’m hoping the next one will be a bit easier to do, but based on the fact that so far, all chapters center around discussions, where the topic is rather fluid, I’m not holding my breath.
Chomsky Review Chapter 2 – Religion and Politics
So, the second chapter of Dr Noam Chomsky’s tome, “Understanding Power, The Indispensable Chomsky” is somewhat a mixed bag. One of my concerns when undertaking the commission to discuss and summarize this work, was made real in this chapter. To wit, trying to cover far too much in far too little space.
Chomsky Review Chapter 1 – Religion and Politics
So summing up, the first chapter of “Understanding Power” is essentially Chomsky laying out his view of how the American government is managed (primarily as an arm of elitists), and how the media is—for the most part—a propaganda machine that likewise, represents the views of that upper crust.