A sceptical view

Chomsky, Noam
Publisher:  New York Review of Books, USA
Year Published:  1973
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX8899

Noam Chomsky asserts that in light of the other telling symptoms of an unhealthy democracy - such as Kissinger's murderous war ambitions - the Watergate scandal should not have come as a shock to even the least cynical. He illustrates why Nixon's small-scale coup attempt and the revelations which followed should not be the focus of skepticism, noting that there are other issues which deserve more attention.

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