You Don’t Have to Fuck People Over to Survive (1980)

1946-1989, Date, Defining the Enemy, Disruptive Spaces, Institutions, Subjectives of Refusal, The Bourgeoisie, The Workplace, Workers

In this book originally published in 1980, graphic artist and author Seth Tobocman attacks the politics of the Reagan Era, which led up to the Tompkins Square Riots and the formation of ACT-UP. Tobocman’s art is bold and expressive, illustrating some of the most complex moral and political dilemmas of our time in a way that has been utilized by movements across the world. Below are a few examples from his book.

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