Thursday, July 14, 2005

Interview by Noam Chomsky on the future of democracy both in the US and elsewhere among other topics gives some hope from stories of librarians (normal and otherwise) of "John Ashcroft, Bush and the rest tried to impose the Patriot Act in a way so extreme that it just aroused enormous resistance. For example, they wanted surveillance of public libraries, and public libraries throughout the country just refused." I always like reading his contemporary Interviews and will be throwing up a link when he comments on the latest London Terrorist Bombings.


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