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The lady you brought with you tonight is spreading communist propaganda in the powder room.

Ninotchka, 1939.

Romance in Rio by Kurt Hutton, 1950s.
She buried her ears into the calm of his heartbeat, and in a matter of seconds: fell terribly in love with the way her loneliness fell softly and suddenly, asleep, in his chest.

Christopher Poindexter

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Île de la Cité by Peter Turnley, Paris, 1975.
But if we define terrorism as the use of violence against civilians for political objectives, then the US state is the world’s leading terrorist. The powers that be in global society and that control the global political discourse attach the label ‘terrorist’ to violence that they do not approve of, and they attach the label of ‘freedom and democracy and security’ to violence that they do approve of, or that they commit themselves. Moreover, increasingly, ‘terrorism’ is used to simply describe political dissent, so that legitimate social movements and political struggles against global capitalism become labeled as ‘terrorism’ in order to justify their suppression.

— William I. Robinson, Professor of Sociology at UC Santa Barbara.

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The Death of Emmett Till, Bob Dylan.

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Brigitte Bardot and Sammy Davis, Jr.
Charlotte Rampling by Helmut Newton, 1976.
We boil at different degrees.

— Ralph Waldo Emerson

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