Manifesto for global Revolution, half three is an paintings Novella that explores what it capacity to seem in the direction of the longer term in a time the place we will simply define the geo-political implications of weather switch. In it, we hint the heritage of the eras during the connection of artwork and struggle, transcending our recommendations of development and rediscovering the roots of anarchism.
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