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October 28, 2016


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Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King

While I was in law school during the late 80s, I recall two very relevant examples: When Chicago Alderman physically removed a painting of Harold Washington depicted wearing women's undergarments. If I recall, the City Council paid damages to the artist? A few months later, several Veterans removed an American flag displayed on the floor from the Art Institute. The exhibit was titled: "How to display and American flag." The censorship, (probably unplanned) became a part of the art.

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