My Chomsky Critique by Steven Hager

My Chomsky Critique

By Steven Hager

  • Release Date: 2013-04-16
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
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Noam Chomsky is both the whipping post of the radical conspiracy community and the voice of reason for the intellectual left. The conspiracy community refers to Chomsky as "a gatekeeper" and a lot of people treat him like a government shill instead of the government critic he is.
But at the same time, Noam began his career on the Lower East Side, as a die-hard Marxist, and the truth of the matter is that wherever you find Marxism in America, you'll find spooks and skull & bones. Even today after decades of studies, I still can't figure the spooks from the true believers. Like John Reed. He was a child of the American oligarchy who played a huge roll in spreading Marxism. Was he a spook? While a graduate student, I wrote my first critique of Chomsky's revolutionary theories in linguistics.


  • The typo was fixed

    By templedragon
    Yes, this is a college paper written by a grad student in the early 1970s, but it may shed some light on one of the most influential social critics of our time. No matter what you may think, this is my perspective and I certainly have a right of free speech. Meanwhile, you have contributed zero to this conversation, except to dump ridicule on me, when anyone can see I'm a serious journalist who has done a lot of investigative research.
  • My Chomsky Critique by S. Hager

    By Cafe Fillmore
    The book is a waste of time. There are far more profound, analytical critiques of Chomsky’s (not “Chompsky” as on page 8) wide body of work from linguistics to politics. I question the author’s qualifications as a Chomsky critic and the bibliography of the author’s other published works, which he shamelessly touts, does not inspire confidence. I don’t like to use the word “hate” or I would have given it just one star.