Why Noam Chomsky’s Ukraine Comments Ruffled So Many Feathers

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Noam Chomsky is a remarkably intelligent man. I freely admit that he’s forgotten more about international affairs than I will ever know. That being said, like all exceptionally brilliant thinkers, he does still have his fair share of intellectual blind spots.

One of those blind spots revealed itself when, in a recent interview with Current Affairs, Chomsky…

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D.A. Kirk

D.A. Kirk

Outer space enthusiast. Japanese history junkie. I write about politics, culture, and mental illness. Disagreement is a precursor to progress.

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