If Chomsky was initially skeptical of the reports of Khmer Rouge atrocities, he was certainly not alone.
The reaction is Chomsky's primary concern; genocide itself is a lesser point.
A peculiar irony is at the heart of this controversy: Noam Chomsky, the man who has spent years analyzing propaganda, is himself a propagandist.
Whatever one thinks of Chomsky in general, whatever one thinks of his theories of media manipulation and the mechanisms of state power, Chomsky's work with regard to Cambodia has been marred by omissions, dubious statistics, and, in some cases, outright misrepresentations.
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His defenders, meanwhile, limit their collections of quotes to Chomsky's disclaimers and qualifiers, conveniently ignoring the underlying theme of his articles: that Khmer Rouge Cambodia was not nearly as bad as the regime's detractors claimed.The approach is relatively simple with a green that is very accessible from the front.The center of the green will allow the best opportunity to read the contours. The underdogs, however, are not always the good guys, a fact clearly illustrated by the Khmer Rouge. He has been a tireless advocate for the underdog, and has demonstrated admirable commitment to his principles.
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