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The Responsibility of Intellectuals, Redux: Using Privilege to Challenge the State Noam Chomsky revisits his classic 1967 essay, illustrating the various ways “intellectuals” have been defined in the twentieth century in relation to the interests of state power. Although technocrats … Continue reading




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Playing Racial Politics in America Today The popular colourblind narrative in the United States is deeply worrying. By asserting that the nation is “post-race,” colourblindness negates the very real and continuous presence of racism. Accordingly, this ideology casts current inequalities … Continue reading




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