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Taylor Report
From WWII to the War in Afghanistan, the evidence suggests "no."
Interview
Edward S. Herman
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March 16, 2012, 5:51 p.m.
Prof. Edward S. Herman dissects Stephen Pinker's book, "The Better Angels of our Nature," which suggests that humanity is progressing towards more civilized behaviour. Herman believes that the book is a gift to the ruling class.

At a time when a sitting U.S. President is saying that he can do anything he likes, including assassinating Americans, Herman is skeptical that America is becoming a kinder and gentler nation.

Why do we have a Congress that seems to think it is fun to have a major war in the Middle East? Chalmers Johnson has suggested that the institution of the military has taken over American society. As the Taylor Report states, "it's an amazing scene that so many ugly things have been institutionalized."

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01:00:06 1 March 12, 2012
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