Branded an anti-American by The New Satesman
, hailed as a "rebel without pause" by none other than Bono, Noam Chomsky is without question one of the foremost voices of dissent in the United States today. Linguist by trade, political analyst by conscience, Chomsky has long been a critic of power politics, U.S. foreign policy and the media, so it should come as no surprise that he was among the first pundits journalists turned to hoping for an alternative take on the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. A condensed collection of some of the those interviews were published as the simply titled 9-11
, a slim paperback book that soon became a brisk sel...