- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Dinesh D’Souza’s new film “America” will feature several prominent liberal voices who have been critical of America, including Noam Chomsky and Bill Ayers, the director told The Hollywood Reporter.

The film, a follow-up to Mr. D’Souza’s 2012 film, “2016: Obama’s America,” will feature recreations of major historical events.

“In ‘2016’ we let President Obama’s voice be heard — literally,” the conservative filmmaker told the website. “With ‘America,’ we also wanted to hear directly the voices of America’s biggest critics. The conservative answer to offensive speech has always been not to silence it but to listen carefully, consider what’s been said and offer more speech. I was delighted that some of the smartest progressives in America agreed to sit down with me.”

“America,” set to release on Independence Day, will also include commentary from progressives Alan Dershowitz, Michael Eric Dyson and Charles Truxillo.

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