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On April 26, Michael Shank interviewed him about the conflict between Congress and the U.S. president over Iraq and Syria, the scandal enveloping World Bank head Paul Wolfowitz, and the nature of foreign debt. Michael Shank: Given that the U.S. Congress is no longer calling for binding timelines for troop withdrawal, how is this indicative of a broader struggle between the executive and legislative branches? Noam Chomsky: There are a number of issues. One is the unitary executive conception. There’s a real fascist streak there, definitely. Shank: Right, it is minutiae now; it is troop numbers, timelines, etc.
Chomsky: That’s right. In fact, it’s rather similar to what critical journalists in the Soviet Union were saying in the 1980s. Take, for example, Arthur Schlesinger, leading historian, Kennedy advisor, and so on. You can translate that almost verbatim into the liberal dove critique of the war today. Take Wolfowitz. 12 Reasons to fight usury and speculative evil. A Dozen Reasons to Oppose the IMF and World Bank By Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman The next citizen showdown against corporate globalization will be on April 16 and 17, when thousands of people come to Washington, D.C. to protest -- through legal demonstrations and/or civil disobedience -- the politics of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. For details on events, see www.a16.org Here's a dozen reasons why you should join the protests: 1.
Structural adjustment -- the standard IMF/World Bank policy package which calls for slashing government spending, privatization, and opening up countries to exploitative foreign investment, among other measures -- has deepened poverty around the world. 2. Many poor countries must devote huge portions of their national budgets to paying back foreign creditors -- often for loans that were made to or for dictators, wasteful military spending or boondoggle projects. 3.
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