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By davidswanson - Posted on 02 July 2012
And it, btw, is apparently part 2 of 3 or more videos for the full TRNN interview with Ed. Herman.
Since Paul Jay said there would be more parts, I did a little searching at YouTube to see if the other parts would be presently available and found links for at least parts 1 and 3 anyway.
Part 1, "Manufacturing Consent" (16 min.)
Part 3, "Global Finance" (15 min.)
All very good, but for a person to well assimilate or understand ALL of what's said, it may often be necessary to listen to these 3 parts two or three times.
It would be of interest to question Ed. Herman a little more in my own way, but that's not possible. If we all got to do that, then he would never sleep, which would be a very inhumane outcome.
He's clearly not young. He's elderly and we must respect that, but even if he was young, then we can't expect to go without some rest periods; regardless of age. He answered very well in all three parts, but I would like to be able to pose some questions, and there's no opportunity for that, so I'm a little disgruntled. But he answered sufficiently well for this to be a definitely recommendable 3-part interview.
I think this is part 2 of the 3-part video-recorded interview, but if it isn't, then the index page for the videos of the full interview are presently at the following link.
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