Surrealpolitik: Art & Revolution

Author: Leon Trotsky

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Collected writings on art and revolution. Seems to argue for the freedom of art and against the idea that art must be "tendentious" if it is to be revolutionary, but puts in some serious qualifiers on that, e.g., during the revolutionary transition period at least, art must reflect the ideals of the revolution. Ergo, he would seem to be in favor of censorship and limiting the actual freedom of art.


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