Noam Chomsky Reflects on Democracy, Inequality, His Career, & More

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On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, host Lawrence Eppard is joined by longtime MIT professor and current University of Arizona scholar Noam Chomsky.

Chomsky is known around the world for his academic career as a linguist as well as his work as a social commentator and activist. He is the author of many books and you can find his numerous talks and interviews all over the internet.

Eppard and Chomsky cover a variety of topics, including the health of American democracy, free speech on college campuses, government's impact on poverty, misinformation/disinformation, Chomsky's proudest achievements, and more.

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