2001, 20 years on...
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Dan Richter's iconic memoir republished ...with messages from Dan and Keir Dullea
Up at the League, says a friend, there had been one night a brisk conversational discussion, as to what would happen on the Morrow of the Revolution, ... he found himself musing on the subject-matter of discussion, but still discontentedly and unhappily. “If I could but see a day of it,” he said to himself; “if I could but see it!” And our friend does see it, waking the next morning in the utopian future that follows the 1952 revolution. William Morris is remembered for many and varied creations and this utopian romance is far from the least of them.
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