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a political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism)

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Perhaps the artist's preoccupations with the idea of home (as in his installations of pseudo-and actual furniture and in his drawings on hotel stationery) and with insider jokes and fake subcultural slogans (strategies that frequently meet, as in the 1985 painting J.A.F., JEANS AGAINST FASHISM, a pun on the RAF [Red Army Faction]) reflect on the unusually cozy structure of the postwar German art world around a cluster of tight-knit metropolitan scenes (such as those in West Berlin, where Kippenberger emerged at a moment when artists and squatters jointly defined the neighborhood of Kreuzberg, and in Cologne, where Kippenberger cultivated a devoted following).
Some of Yeats's misspellings are mostly mundane, e.g., beleive or machanation, but some are spectacular; thus scholour, discrease (for decrease), Guido Renyi, Geothe, Stephen (for Stefan) George, and even Dierdre for his own heroine Deirdre, not to mention such plural misses as fashism and Fachist, and compound ones as prolotariot.
29.Vlad Kovleiskii and Valerii Batuiev, "Est li fashism v Amerike?" Moskovskii Komsomolets, 22 Apr.