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Noam Chomsky on prospects for the future

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On 20 November, Noam Chomsky, laureate professor of linguistics at the University of Arizona and institute professor emeritus at MIT, spoke to first-year students at Harvard Law School about prospects for a better tomorrow. In a conversation moderated by HLS student Michael Lehavi, Chomsky touched on topics ranging from linguistics to activism to climate change.

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