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Freedom Next Time | Paperback

Released on 04 June 2007

Author: John Pilger | Format: Paperback

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Looks at five countries, in each of which a long struggle for freedom has taken place; in each the people, having shed blood and dreams, are still waiting. This book shows us the lives behind the headlines.

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 A fantastic exploration of the world we live in

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This book will open your eyes to the evils of the world around you.

In an age when journalists care more about whether Britney Spears is on the verge of a breakdown or not there are still some journalists out there who report about a world that many of us will never see or read about in Heat or on GMTV - from Diego Garcia to Palestine to South Africa.

It's a shame more journalists were not made in the mould of Pilger. If they were, maybe the world might change for the better.

If you like Pilger, I would recommend Mark Curits as well.

 Pilger doesn't pul his punches

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John Pilger as usual doesn't pull his punches in his condemnation of the corruption and cynicism which has allowed the poor (South Africa, India) and dispossessed (Palestinians, Chagossians), to continue being downtrodden. Even Nelson Mandela doesn't escape criticism.

People might think that John Pilger is polemical and looks at his subjects from only one perspective. I think he is given an alternative view from the one given by our rulers and media.

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AuthorJohn Pilger
PublisherTransworld Publishers Ltd (GB)
Year2007
ISBN9780552773324
FormatPaperback - 496 Pages
IllustrationsIllustrations