Some articles on culture movement, culture, movement:
... The most vocal criticism against the free culture movement comes from copyright proponents ... alliance of technology and media companies, claim that despite the free culture movement’s argument that copyright is “killing culture”, the movement itself, and the media it creates ... Free culture may have once defended culture producers against corporations ...
... Orthodox historians viewed the New Culture Movement as a revolutionary break with feudal thought and social practice and as the seedbed of revolutionary leaders who created ... Mao Zedong wrote that the May 4th Movement "marked a new stage in China's bourgeois-democratic revolution against imperialism and feudalism," and argued that "a powerful camp made its ... over the last fifty years also suggests that while radical Marxists were important in the New Culture Movement, there were many other influential leaders, including anarchists, conservatives ...
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“What new thoughts are suggested by seeing a face of country quite familiar, in the rapid movement of the rail-road car!”
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