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Political Graffiti (242): Free Speech Enforcement

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A clever Banksy on Canal Street, Chinatown, New York City: (source) (source) If the title of this post isn’t immediately clear: the rat graffiti is the expression; the painter – who is a painted painter (look carefully) – represents government censorship (anti-graffiti laws can be seen as censorship but if you want you can see the painter as a mere metaphor for censorship); and the scissors are the enforcers of expression. In a sense, this is […]