Noam Chomsky: The Kind of Anarchism I Believe in, and What’s Wrong with Libertarians

Posted: August 2, 2015 in Uncategorized

Attack the System

I would hope that by now everyone realizes that within the pan-anarchist paradigm favored by ATS there is room for Chomskyites and Rothbardians alike.

Noam Chomsky is interviewed by Michael Wilson.

Alternet

he following is the adapted text of an interview that first appeared in Modern Success magazine.

So many things have been written about, and discussed by, Professor Chomsky, it was a challenge to think of anything new to ask him:  like the grandparent you can’t think of what to get for Christmas because they already have everything.

So I chose to be a bit selfish and ask him what I’ve always wanted to ask him.  As an out-spoken, actual, live-and-breathing anarchist, I wanted to know how he could align himself with such a controversial and marginal position.

Michael S. Wilson: You are, among many other things, a self-described anarchist — an anarcho-syndicalist, specifically.  Most people think of anarchists…

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