5 edition of Detering Democracy found in the catalog.
February 2, 2006 by Random House Trade .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||464|
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The argument Chomsky puts forth, that American foreign and domestic policy has never prioritized morals but instead prioritized superiority by keeping other nations and countries in line with our own economic and political goals, thus deterring democracy, is a good and necessary one/5(29).
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It is the author's contention that the U.S. is not and has never been in the business Detering Democracy book helping foreign countries to establish democracy in their land/5(27).
Audacious in argument and ambitious in scope, Deterring Democracy is an essential guide to democratic prospects in the perilous s. " Deterring Democracy is a volatile, serious contribution to the.
excerpts from the book Deterring Democracy by Noam Chomsky Hill and Wang,paper Cold War, Home Front, Global System Population Control, Post-Cold War Era, Nefarious Aggression Victors, Agenda of the Doves, Mortal Sin of Self-Defense, Decline of the Democratic Ideal Democracy in the Industrial Societies, Force and Opinion, Afterward.
Chomsky regards the ``new world order'' proclaimed by Bush as a sham. What this phrase Detering Democracy book, argues the noted MIT scholar, is that the U.S. will persist in its role as global enforcer of its own fore. Pages in category "Books about democracy" The following 49 pages are in this category, out of 49 total.
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