In the book Who Rules the World

In the book Who Rules the World, Chomsky indulges the reader into a piece of work that brings in too much soliloquy on a lot of issues concerning power and our general reactions to some of the major issues that have affected humanity over the history of mankind. In the introductory part, Chomsky mentions some of the things in our History that are really influenced by the question, who rules the world including the World War II.
Through the story, he talks about the intellectuals’ responsibilities towards the whole causality or effect, the terrorists’ actions and thoughts towards the war, the memos of torture and historical and things to do with historical amnesia, the invisibility of the hands of power, causes and consequences of the American decline and a lot of significant issues to the Americans in terms of history or survival. There are specific angles through which he directs his story to influence the moral decision making of people towards improving the stature of our survival. It is also a book that entails some important ideas embedded in the works of criticism that are employed to the mind for better judgement on both our history and our thoughts towards the future ( Chapter 1, pg 9)
Chomsky’s influence in decision making can be gauged at different angles including direct coaxing, reverse psychology effects, and even the provision of ideas that enable people’s minds to awaken in terms of gauging the world. In the chapters as written in the book, Chomsky introduces a certain topic through each chapter and indulges the reader into the situations that surround a particular real case scenario followed by some knowledge provided from an expertise level that develops a particular advising angle to the reader. An example is chapter one where Chomsky directly dives into the intellectuals’ take on some of the issues like the World War II and some of the issues that the world still faces today (Chapter 1, pg 23). Through that he brings about the types of intellectuals’ responsibilities and specific notes on issues that help people to either develop themselves while reading the book or get better notations to improve their way of thinking, and in the long run their moral decisions made over specific issues.
Moral decision making in the book is encouraged through every chapter. This is because, Chomsky gets to introduce several aspects of the power struggles in human kind, taking the reader down the path of major historic events, and some of the controversial issues that face the country. From chapter fourteen through to the rest of the book, Chomsky indulges the reader into pieces of controversy that pose as works of criticism and also major bones that they should chew on in their quest to establishing a good view and good understanding of the American status in relations to power and the status of its procession towards influencing both peoples survival and the country’s history (Chapter 14, pg 163).
Chomsky’s work is devoted towards establishing major cruelties that affect human kind and through that makes a power quest or rather search on what levels the parties of a particular occurrence have in terms of power of influencing those particular occurrences. He however does this through a specific set of style that influences the reader into becoming more analytic and reasonable with some of the major things that do occur in life (Chapter 18, 195). In chapter 20 for example, Chomsky talks about a day in the life of a New York Times’ reader through which he photographs some of the major issues that really affect the power surge in a lot of issues that affect our day to day activities (Pg 205). Through this particular approaches and criticisms rendered to power, Chomsky gets to influence the readers into having a particular understanding towards the way the world works in specific perspectives and most importantly have an understanding towards power and its influence in major aspects of the country’s functioning.
Throughout the chapters, Chomsky introduces good moves, topics and approaches towards the better cause that is thought to apply to a certain issue. He intellectually introduces good ideas to the themes and comparison features of the power questions and example being a comparison between the dangers of an Iranian and an American and their influence to war and terrorism affiliations. He finalises with the ‘Masters of Mankind chapter which gets to address the issues controversial to power and survival of mankind through specific approaches (Chapter 23, pg 226). The most important ideas Chomsky gets to bring to the limelight are affiliated with both history and significant features of mankind in history.
Chomsky is a witty writer whose quest of understanding who rules the world takes a diverse featured analysis on some of the things that are controversial to people’s survival and history. Through his approaches of explaining issues, Chomsky has a probability of having the ideas help his audience with making moral decisions in specific ways, an example being through the emulation of some of the issues and aspects discussed in the book. The book is a blast and has got a large potential towards making its audience aware of some of the most controversial issues that have bombarded our histories and have made major impacts towards our survival through that.