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3 x 6,1 m Collage made with original printed materials of political campaigns from countries and autonomous regions [1] around the world, loosely… Read More
3 x 6,1 m Collage made with original printed materials of political campaigns from countries and autonomous regions [1] around the world, loosely arranged according to the Nolan Chart of political ideology.[2] [1] Argentina, Basque Country, Brazil, Canada, Dominica, Estonia, Finland, Ålland, France, India, Italy, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Malt, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Perú, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Saint Lucian, South Korea, USA, Uruguay, Venezuela. [2] Nolan Chart A political diagram popularized by the American politician David Nolan [1943-2010]. He reasoned that virtually all political action can be divided into two general categories, economic and personal. He developed the chart to illustrate the claim that libertarianism represents both economic freedom and personal freedom, in contrast to left-wing “liberalism,” which, according to Nolan, advocates only “personal freedom”, and right-wing “conservatism,” which, according to Nolan, advocates only “economic freedom”. Published in two articles in Uruguay (Revista Uy and Revista Freeway) and in a German one (Outlook Magazine #15). Read Less
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Collage made with original printed materials of political campaigns from countries and autonomous regions [1] around the world, loosely arranged according to the Nolan Chart of political ideology.[2]
 
[1] Argentina, Basque Country, Brazil, Canada, Dominica, Estonia, Finland, Ålland, France, India, Italy, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Malt, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Perú, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Saint Lucian, South Korea, USA, Uruguay, Venezuela.
 
[2] Nolan Chart
A political diagram popularized by the American politician David Nolan [1943-2010]. He reasoned that virtually all political action can be divided into two general categories, economic and personal. He developed the chart to illustrate the claim that libertarianism represents both economic freedom and personal freedom, in contrast to left-wing “liberalism,” which, according to Nolan, advocates only “personal freedom”, and right-wing “conservatism,” which, according to Nolan, advocates only “economic freedom”. 
Published in two articles in Uruguay (Revista Uy and Revista Freeway) and in a German one (Outlook Magazine #15).