Selected and edited by Barry Pateman. Edinburgh, Oakland and West Virginia: AK Press, 2005. 241 p. ISBN 1-904859-20-8.
"Chomsky is regularly identified by the media as a prominent anarchist/libertarian communist/anarcho-syndicalist (pick as many as you like). More importantly he places himself within this political spectrum. Regardless of whether any of these labels fits him perfectly, there can be no doubt that his ideas on social change and the re-structuring of society are worthy of consideration and discussion. "
Barry Pateman, Introduction, March 2005.
Objectivity and Lieral Scholarship
Language and Freedom
Notes on Anarchism
The Relevance of Anarcho-Syndicalism (Interview)
Preface to Antologija anarhizma
Containing the Threat of Democracy
Anarchism, Marxism and Hope for the Future (Interview)
Goals and Visions
Anarchism, Intellectuals and the State (Interview)
Interview with Barry Pateman
Interview with Ziga Vodovnik