Dating abuse posters

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Soviet Posters: The Sergo Grigorian Collection [Maria Lafont] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This massive book of Soviet propaganda posters, many rare and never before published, is at once a revealing historical document and a sublime example of graphic art at its best. Dating from to the beginning of the Cold War. When things get ugly, its called abuse when someone does things to control, bully, or hurt someone else. Its not just physical violence in fact, it might not be physical at all.

Total 2 comments.
#1 13.10.2018 в 05:55 Romboozle:
I do not remember where I already noticed such themes, but okay

#2 15.10.2018 в 00:45 Jebratt:
With more, Aftar racially faithful!