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After the Cataclysm: The Political Economy of Human Rights, Volume II


Manufacturer: Pluto Press

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'Disturbing and disquieting, this second volume in Herman and Chomsky's path-breaking study of American interventionism turns a critical eye to media reporting on US involvement in Indochina and implicates American policymakers in some of hte worst bloodshed of the 20th century. It includes an analysis of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, which has proven to be an enduring source of controversy and continues to draw criticism from both left and right alike, as well as important commentary on the enduring legacy of American violence in Vietnam.'

Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman. First published by South End Press in 1979; this edition by Pluto Press, 2015.

Product Code: 9780745335506

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