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Let’s Be Fascists All the Way

Anat Kamm
Anat Kamm
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Anat Kamm
Anat Kamm

In 1919, a group of revolutionary youths gathered in a fashionable European city to draft a manifesto for the reestablishment of their homeland, which, like many other countries, came out of World War I different than how it had entered. The manifesto included several impressive declarations, many of which a lot of us still dream about and would sign onto today; one can only imagine how revolutionary they sounded over a 100 years ago.

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