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Malgré toute l’attention et les relectures que nous lui avons consacrées, nous avons constaté après la première publication quelques corrections minimes à apporter à la maquette. Nous espéron…

Source: La revue internationale. Cahier n°1. Téléchargement libre et sans copyright / The international review. Booklet n°1. Free download and without copyright. – L’Observatoire situationniste – The Situationist Observatory.

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