The Radical Gardener
The Iraq War: "It destroyed our relationship with the Middle East and with south-east Asia and took us on a flight of fantasy about our relationship with the US. "
The American Media: "I believe that when the history of this is told, what will be perceived as most awful is the collapse of the US media as a critical voice."
The Pharmaceutical Industry: "Big Pharma, as it is known, offered everything: the hopes and dreams we have of it; its vast, partly realised potential for good; and its pitch-dark underside, sustained by huge wealth, pathological secrecy, corruption and greed."
His interrogator suggests that his views on contemporary politics lack the subtlety of his books.
What do you think?
By Jefferson Morley |
October 10, 2005; 5:00 PM ET
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