Chomsky, Noam (ed. by James Peck) The Chomsky Reader
0-394-74173-6 First Edition Softcover Very Good+ Illustrated by (cover design) Henrietta Condak
[minor wear from careful reading, very light soiling to fore-edge, soft diagonal bend (not crease) at bottom corner of front cover, miniscule dog-earing at a couple of corners]. Trade PB This volume "brings together for the first time the political thought of America's leading dissident intellectual. At the center of practically every major debate over America's role in the world, one finds Noam Chomsky's ideas -- sometimes attacked, sometimes studiously ignored, but always a powerful presence. Drawing from his published and unpublished work, [this book] reveals the awesome range of this ever-critical mind -- from global quetions of war and peace to the most intricate questions of human intelligence, IQ, and creativity."