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Gudrun Ensslin

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I just can't believe that there won't come a day when people won't be fed-up with being overfed. That they won't get fed-up with the self-deception that all this fantastic food is the whole point of life.
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Audiovisions: cinema and television as entr'actes in history By Siegfried Zielinski

 
Gudrun Ensslin

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