Gerda Taro, Onboard the Jaime I, ‘the Spanish Battleship Potemkin,’ Almería, 1937.

Bertolt Brecht writes:

Our concept of what is popular refers to a people who not only play a full part in historical development but actively usurp it, force its pace, determine its direction. We have a people in mind who make history, change the world and themselves. We have in mind a fighting people and therefore an aggressive concept of what is popular.


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