Lorenzo Taiuti on 6 Oct 2000 17:13:24 -0000

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<nettime> Horst Mahler and Radicalism etc...

Dear Schultz & Barbrook
the fall of radical politics to conservative reaction it is an
interesting field to analize. ( remember Roy Eldridge and a Thousand
If nothing else because the Net is today practically the only area
where radical culture is produced.
But i don't think the reasons are only economic ( the seventies
radicalism and the oil crisis) there are several reasons to be looked
For instance "personal protagonism" which leads to get out of the
"Radical Crowd" to a wider personal audience.
Multimedia Artist Laurie Anderson  sings "Nobody wants to be a Zero,
everybody wants to be One...01010101010101101010....."
Is'nt the Net the ultimate Democracy?
Lorenzo Taiuti

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