Howard Zinn on Mergers; Noam Chomsky
(33 Minutes) Howard Zinn on Mergers As Exxon and Mobil merge to become the world's biggest corporation, a conversation with the radical historian on the implications of the return of John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil. GUEST: Howard Zinn, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Boston University. He is the foremost radical historian in the U.S., co-edited the Pentagon Papers with Professor Noam Chomsky, and authored several books. (17 Minutes) Noam Chomsky On this, the week in which the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and that the British government gives final word on the extradition of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet to Spain, and on the 23rd anniversary of Indonesia's invasion of East Timor, we speak with one of the contry's leading dissidents GUEST: Noam Chomsky. Professor of Linguistics at MIT.