calling it "demagoguery." 2 He concluded that it was "a poor contribution." 2 Writing for The New York Observer, Kim Velsey suggested, "the documentary unfurls like a crime story." 3 She concluded that. Pressestimmen "A primer in Chomskys analysis of the faults of the American political and economic system. Chomsky observes that much of what made the 1950s and 60s the Golden Age of the.S. Charles Schumer for their own gain. See All (80) genres: Documentary, parents Guide: Add content advisory for parents edit, details, official Sites: itvs United States, country: USA. His films have screened at Tribeca, Hot Docs, Sheffield, and idfa, and have aired/streamed on Netflix, Starz, PBS, and Al Jazeera). Its power to write its own laws and regulations, Chomsky points out, has ultimately created a mafia economic system and a mafia political system that is exemplified in the rise to power of the demagogue Donald Trump." Chris Hedges, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and.
Kelly nyks is an award-winning writer/director of documentary films and has worked across Europe, Asia, and America. South Africa, language: English, release Date: 2 November 2012 (UK see more ». Publishers Weekly "Noam Chomsky in, requiem for the American Dream directs the fierce light of his intellect on the utopian ideology of neoliberalism, the absurd idea that markets should dictate all aspects of human society. He explains how corporations indoctrinated the public, academia, and the mass media to sign on for a project that has devastated the lives of working men and women and obliterated the common good. Political philosopher, activist, and linguist, nOAM chomsky is beloved around the world for the strength of his personal commitment to the truth as he sees it and for the brilliance of his ideas. Economy was that, at the time, what was good for General Motors really was good for America: When the.S. Plot Summary, add Synopsis, plot Keywords: democracy class warfare union busting collective bargaining labor union. Chomsky also touches, fascinatingly, on subjects as diverse as the psychology of nagging (as employed by the advertising industry) and the disappearing sense of solidarity in our civic life. Zooming in on ten ways that government and corporate interests have kept the American people down, Chomsky offers a compelling history that explains todays economic and political landscape.