Noam Chomsky - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Shlomo Sokol
    • 17.05.10 | 21:45 (IDT)

    Let no one think that the United States in Jerfferson's time was a mighty super-power. It was a devastated and fragmented collection of former colonies who had heavy debts, a struggling wartime economy and constant threats from the British Crown to invade from Canada and teach the rebels a lesson to obey royal laws.

    from the article: Strenger than Fiction / Israel is encouraging academic boycott by denying entry to Chomsky
    First published 16:56 17.05.10 | Last updated 16:56 17.05.10
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