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Questionable Privilege

A Ticker Tape Treatise
By Marie Kelzer San Francisco: Paper Arts, 2007. Edition of 3.


Introduction: "This book represents a ticker tape treatise on the beginning of the 21st Century and the George W. Bush Regime.


"While questionable privileges are unabashedly performed by the executive authority for all to see, the questions of authority are reserved by the privilege few executives.


"The black/gray and white lines throughout this book are indicative of the clear division between haves and have-nots, deciders and non-deciders, defined class and the classless, women and men, and white and nonwhites."

A screed of frustration. 

8.5 x 6.75"; 96 pages. Computer designed and printed on 80 lb. cover Neenah paper. Six signatures sewn onto linen tapes and case bound. Paste paper cover over boards. Paste Paper dust jacket. Printed on Epson Stylus Photo R1800. Text set in Freedom 9 & Voltage. Design, written, and bound by Marie Kelzer. Signed and numbered by the artist.


(Last Copy)

Questionable Privilege

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