By Fredy Perlman
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His significant paintings, an unlimited research of the increase of totalitarian life and a profound confirmation of the fight to reassert human values. the most major and influential anarchic texts of the previous couple of a long time.
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The upper house’s refusal to pass the Olga legislation was crucial to the Franklin issue: without it the campaign would have stopped in its tracks once the compromise scheme went through. The upper house unwittingly handed the conservation movement a lifeline. With the upper house, TWS, the Liberal opposition and many in his own party refusing to back the Gordon-above-Olga option, Lowe became increasingly isolated. In July 1981 he narrowly survived a leadership challenge from rival Harry Holgate, who supported the Franklin scheme.
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Against His-story, Against Leviathan! by Fredy Perlman