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Re: More Music, More Politics.
- Subject: Re: More Music, More Politics.
- From: margie\!/echonyc.com (Margie Borschke)
- Date: Fri, 01 Mar 1996 11:30:15 -0400
At 12:25 AM 3/1/96, Kristina Clair wrote:
>but if you use their methods to create change, aren't you actually
>advocating their methods?
Of course not. It's called subversion. Subtle but effective and available
this spring in ecru, maize and periwinkle.
Now to feul to the politics and pop debate: in the supposed apolitical
landscape of pop music circa 1996, there are many female pop bands and hip
hop artists that have fused political messages or sentiment with their
Sorry to mess up the nice meta debate with specificity.
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