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  • Human Nature: Justice Versus Power. Acts of Aggression. On Palestine. On Western Terrorism - New Edition. Bernie Lucht. Cambridge University Press. ISBN and Published 15 March This isn't a book by Noam Chomsky, it isn't really composed of interviews, and it contains no "science of language".

    Yes, 44 per cent of it contains transcribed conversations between James McGilvray and Chomsky, but this isn't interviewing. Interviewers probe. McGilvray just gently nudges Chomsky to deliver mini-lectures. The preface characterises their chats as "like discussions between friends", but this strange mix of hopeful stimuli and rambling responses is like no discussion between friends I ever heard.