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Noam Chomsky is Professor of Linguistics at MIT, a world-renowned linguist and political activist, and the author of numerous books, including On Language, American Power and the New Mandarins, and the collection Understanding Power (all from The New Press). He lives in the United States.
"A subtle and scrupulous look at some of the most interesting work done in our time on language and mind." - The New York Times Book Review "The first time Chomsky has joined his linguistic and political writings under one cover." - America "Chomsky is as well known for his opposition to the Vietnam War as he is for his linguistic theories. In brief compass and with a minimum of distracting polemic, he has presented excellent summaries of both positions in these lectures...[The] overwhelming value of this book is the presentation of [his linguistic theories]...in a form that will be intelligible to the nonspecialist." - Library Journal