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  • Part 1
  • 01:07:30
  • Part 2
  • 00:58:21


Linguist and political philosopher Noam Chomsky speaks at the University of California, Berkeley on May 5, 1984 concerning the consequences of United States interventions in Central American politics which support and encourage terrorist activities against civilians.



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Chomsky, Noam.

Goldstein, Bluma.


University of California, Berkeley. Language Laboratory.

Moffitt Library. Media Resources Center.

Variant Title

Noam Chomsky: a hemisphere of our own: U.S. foreign policy in Central America

Hemisphere of our own: U.S. foreign policy in Central America

U.S. foreign policy in Central America

United States foreign policy in Central America



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Subject (Topic)

Human rights--Central America.

Terrorism--Central America.

Geographic Coverage

Central America--Foreign relations--United States.

United States--Foreign relations--Central America.


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chom-hemi1.mp3 Part 1 1:07:30

chom-hemi2.mp3 Part 2 0:58:21

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