U.S. international and security policy: the right turn' in historical perspective
Chomsky analyzes the activity of the Reagan administration as a right turn' in U.S. government policy, citing such things as a transfer of resources from the poor to the wealthy, an increase in state power and economic control, and an activist foreign policy.
Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Sponsored by: Education Against Oppression., Speaker(s): Lecturer is Professor of Linguistics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, prominent speaker and author in linguistics and social issues., Lecture, February 9, 1987.
United States--Foreign relations--1981-; United States--Politics and government Since 1981
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