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Patriots Act... Peace Press: The People's Printing Collective (2006)

"Dissent is not disloyalty, but rather an expression of First Amendment rights, and art can be both commercial and a weapon. What Woodstock was a film generation, Peace Press was to graphic... See full summary »

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"Dissent is not disloyalty, but rather an expression of First Amendment rights, and art can be both commercial and a weapon. What Woodstock was a film generation, Peace Press was to graphic arts. The times have changed but not the causes for which Patriots Act." Written by Port Townsend Film Festival

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