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 Unusual Sources 
 Noble knew to ask all the questions that need to be asked
 Jon Bullick
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 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
Jonathon Bullick discusses his new documentary on David Noble, a world-class critic of automation and the processes of technological change. Noble is remembered for his outsized contribution to various movements, including Palestine solidarity.

He took nothing for granted: the "benefits" of corporate-designed automation, the "inevitability" of digital distance education, the "impossibility" of challenging the Israel lobby and the U.S. military.

Bullick's documentary shows what it means to be an uncompromising activist at a time when the powerful are clamping down on every aspect of human life.
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 Interview with Jon Bullick Download Program Podcast
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00:26:09 English 2013-06-11
 Hamilton, Ontario
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