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Year 501

The Conquest Continues


By Noam Chomsky

Contents

 

 

PART I : Old Wine, New Bottles

 

Chapter One : The Great Work of Subjugation and Conquest

 

1. "The Savage Injustice of the Europeans"

2. "Felling Trees and Indians"

3. Showers of Benevolence

Chapter Two : The Contours of World Order

 

1. The Logic of North-South Relations

2. After Colonialism

3. The Rich Men's Club

4. The End of the Affluent Alliance

5. The "Vile Maxim of the Masters"

6. The New Imperial Age

Chapter Three : North-South/East-West

 

1. An Oversize "Rotten Apple"

2. "Logical Illogicality"

3. Return to Normalcy

4. Some Free Market Successes

5. After the Cold War

6. The Soft Line

 

PART II : High Principles

 

Chapter Four : Democracy and the Market

 

1. The Freedom that Counts

2. The Flight of the Bumble Bee

3. The Good News

4. Reshaping Industrial Policy

Chapter Five : Human Rights: The Pragmatic Criterion

 

1. Reality and its Abuse

2. Securing the Anchor

3. Celebration

4. Closing the Books

 

PART III : Persistent Themes

 

Chapter Six : A "Ripe Fruit"

 

Chapter Seven : World Orders Old and New: Latin America

 

1. "The Colossus of the South"

2. "The Welfare of the World Capitalist System"

3. Protecting Democracy

4. Securing the Victory

5. "A Real American Success Story"

6. Fundamentalism Triumphant

7. Some Competitors for the Prize

8. "Our Nature and Traditions"

9. Some Tools of the Trade

Chapter Eight : The Tragedy of Haiti

 

1. "The First Free Nation of Free Men"

2. "Unselfish Intervention"

3. "Politics, not Principle"

Chapter Nine : The Burden of Responsibility

 

1. Irrational Disdain

2. Laboratory Animals

3. Indian Removal and the Vile Maxim

4. "The American Psyche"

 

PART IV : Memories

 

Chapter Ten : Murdering History

 

2. The Date which will Live in Infamy

3. Missing Pieces

4. Some Lessons in Political Correctness

5. "Self-Pity" and other Character Flaws

6. On Sensitivity to History

7. "Thief! Thief!"

8. A Date which does not Live in Infamy

Chapter Eleven : The Third World at Home

 

1. "The Paradox of '92"

2. "Fight to the Death"

3. "To Consult Our Neighbor"

 

Bibliography
Glossary


[ Table of Contents ] PART I : Old Wine, New Bottles ] PART II : High Principles ] PART III : Persistent Themes ] Part IV : Memories ] Bibliography ] Glossary ]


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