Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art

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The Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art is a document believed to have been written by Leon Trotsky and André Breton in 1938.[1] It was signed by Breton and Diego Rivera. It expresses the compatibility of art and radical social upheaval, condemning Adolf Hitler and fascism, Joseph Stalin and the social repression of the Soviet Union, and capitalist decadence.

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  1. ^ Google Books result indicating the document's origin

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