Surrealist Movement in the United States  

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The Surrealist Movement in the United States was started by the Chicago Surrealist Group as a means of including many of its scattered participants from coast to coast on collective statements and in collective activities. It was formed in the summer of 1966 by Franklin and Penelope Rosemont.

The Surrealist Movement in the United States should be distinguished from "the surrealist movement in the United States," which describes any surrealist activity in the United States, as opposed to the organisation.



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