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Giù le statue degli schiavisti I monumenti a rischio  come accade alla  caduta del comunismo

 Giù  le statue degli schiavisti I monumenti a rischio  come accade   alla  caduta del comunismo

Efffetto Minneapolis anche in Gran Bretagna: monumenti legati all’epoca schiavista potrebbero essere abbattuti in centinaia di comuni. Il sindaco di Londra nomina una commissione d’inchiesta. Il parallelo con l’ondata iconoclasta nell’Europa dell’Est


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