Requiem For the American Dream Summary
Noam Chomsky

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Renowned linguist, academic, and activist Noam Chomsky produces a dynamic analysis of American social, political, and economic institutions, their origins, their implications, and ultimately how they allow for today's extreme concentration of wealth and power in Requiem for the American Dream. Weaving his own observations of societal patterns, a plethora of primary sources, and an in-depth analysis of American history together, this book reflects a massive undertaking, as it is a compilation of five years' worth of interviews condensed into a mere one-hundred and fifty pages. Chomsky's expertise and life's work in the fields of linguistics and academia beam throughout Requiem for the American Dream, as he guides his reader like a student along his complex and vast inspection of the concentration of wealth and power.

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