This book is a collection of interviews with Chomsky, and is divided into several chapters, each with a broad theme. There were topics I was hazy on such as Western Sahara persecution as well as a few others. Basically, Chomsky breaks down his beliefs on how the world is being dominated via imperialist aggression by the Western powers over weaker states. He has a soft spot for Central and South America as they are the ones that have been very troubled in recent history in a significant way (among others of course). It's really good to read Chomsky because he examines things that people don't examine, and the interviewer in this case does that well too, injecting some useful and interesting topics. One of the topics I am very familiar with: the union protests in Madison, Wisconsin 2011-2. I was a graduate student at the time, and I remember it well how Scott Walker "broke" the unions, and the state hasn't been the same since. Educators are just not valued in the country, and I agree with that. Where else can you find a thoughtful conversation about these issues?