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-:"Dadaism demands: 1) The international revolutionary union of all creative and intellectual men and women on the basis of radical Communism; (...) The immediate expropriation of property (...) and the communal feeding of all (...) Introduction of the simultaneist poem as a Communist state prayer."[http://www.mariabuszek.com/kcai/DadaSurrealism/DadaSurrReadings/DadaGrmny.pdf "What is Dadaism and what does it want in Germany?".] +:"Dadaism demands: 1) The international revolutionary union of all creative and intellectual men and women on the basis of radical Communism; (...) The immediate expropriation of property (...) and the communal feeding of all (...) Introduction of the simultaneist poem as a Communist state prayer (...) Immediate regulation of all [[sexual relation]]s according to the views of international
 +Dadaism through establishment of a Dadaist sexual center."[http://www.mariabuszek.com/kcai/DadaSurrealism/DadaSurrReadings/DadaGrmny.pdf]
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==See also== ==See also==
*[[The Central Council of Dada for the World Revolution]] *[[The Central Council of Dada for the World Revolution]]
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What is Dadaism and what does it want in Germany?” (1919) is a tract by Richard Huelsenbeck and Raoul Hausmann. The document is famous for demanding the "introduction of progressive unemployment through comprehensive mechanization of every field of activity."

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"Dadaism demands: 1) The international revolutionary union of all creative and intellectual men and women on the basis of radical Communism; (...) The immediate expropriation of property (...) and the communal feeding of all (...) Introduction of the simultaneist poem as a Communist state prayer (...) Immediate regulation of all sexual relations according to the views of international

Dadaism through establishment of a Dadaist sexual center."[1]


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