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Noam Chomsky is one of the most highly respected intellectuals in the world. The New York Times said he’s the most important thinker of our current era. One of the major things he’s done is calling out and analyzing the different strategies of media control being used today in the world.
Noam Chomsky first got attention for his work as a linguist, but he’s also a philosopher and political scientist. He’s also become a major voice in the world of political activism. People share his writing all over the globe, and he’s always gaining new readers.
“How it is we have so much information, but know so little?”
Chomsky wrote an educational piece summarizing the strategies of media control. While his thoughts on it are deep and complex, he summed it up in simple, accessible terms with the aim of educating people.