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MITC VC 1062 A
Copies In: 2
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Video Video
TITLE: Manufacturing consent : [videorecording] Noam Chomsky and the Meida.
PUBLISHED: Canada : Necessary Illusions ; 1992.
DESCRIPTION: 2 video cassettes (166 mind.) : sd. , col. , 1/2 in.
NOTES: Original tapes.
NOTES: Two tapes.
NOTES: Part I: 94 minutes; Part II: 72 minutes.
NOTES: An invigorating introduction to one of the least soporific of American minds.
NOTES: Directed by Mark Achbar and Peter Wintonick.
NOTES: Bill Moyers, William F. Buckley Jr., Tom Wolfe, Peter Jennings, Michel Foucault, Jeff Greenfield, Sarah McClendon, Karl E. Meyer, and Robert Faurisson.
NOTES: Manufacturing Consent explores the political life and times of the controversial author, linguist and radical philosopher, Noam Chomsky. As an outspoken critic of the press and one of America's leading dissidents, he has unrelentingly dissected how our much-acclaimed democratic freedoms often mask an irresponsible use of power. Shocking examples of media deception permeate Chomsky's critique of the forces at work behind the daily news. He encourages his listeners to extricate themselves from this "web of deceit" by undertaking a course of "intellectual self-defense."
NOTES: English
SUBJECT: Noam Chomsky
ADDED ENTRY: Chomsky, Noam
ADDED ENTRY: Achbar, Mark
ADDED ENTRY: Wintonick, Peter
ADDED ENTRY: National Film Board of Canada Coproduction.

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