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The Situationist Antinational was an American magazine formed in 1974, two years after the disbanding of the Situationist International. Only one issue of the magazine was published. It included a contribution by the American Situationist Jon Horelick, entitled "Beyond The Crisis Of Abstraction And The Abstract Break With That Crisis: The SI" and a Draft Manifesto of Antinational Situationist, signed by Jørgen Nash, Heimrad Prem, and Helmut Sturm, amongst others. All of the contributors were associated with the Second Situationist International.




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