William Buckley and Noam Chomsky: 1969
This is a debate between William Buckley and Noam Chomsky back in 1969. It captures, in my opinion, the classic political conflict between conformity and dissent. It also works to expose the undrlying assumptions that drive people and nations to military action abroad: i.e., the fallacy of national disinterest and militarized philantrophy.
And, I see that this is not transferring correctly...ughh...I need a little assistance here.