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The Freedom Manifesto by Tom Hodgkinson
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Oct 29, 09

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"What we need now is a radical redefinition of human relationships, one based on local needs rather than the greed of global capitalism. Our lives have been split into a million fragments, and our goal now is to bring them back together in unity and harmony... promoting the idea of cooperation, through which true freedom is possible, rather than competition."--pg.2

"In Lipstick Traces, rock 'n' roll critic Greil Marcus brilliantly relates the Dada movement to the Situationist movement, and both to punk. What they have in common is a rage against boredom, the desire, simply, to live. What all three movements share is the passionate belief that anyone can do it. We can all be creative and we can all be free."--pg.24
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