Two Hundred Pharaohs, Five Billion Slaves…Manifesto [cover title]. Adrian PEACOCK.

Two Hundred Pharaohs, Five Billion Slaves…Manifesto [cover title]

London: Reknaw/Repetitive Fame Injury Press, ©1999. First edition. Tall 4to., stapled wrappers (8 ¼” x 11 ¾”), 52 pp. Rubbing to wrappers, sticker remnant to front & rear wrappers, about Near Fine. A revised, expanded edition was published in 2001 by Ellipsis in London and remains readily available, but this first edition is uncommon with no record in OCLC.

A Situationist-inspired critique of consumer capitalism and the international bourgeoisie, this underground anarchist manifesto was allegedly inspired by the Albanian Revolution and written between September 1997 and February 1999 in a call centre. This first edition is unattributed, but the author’s name is prominently listed on the cover of the revised edition. Adrian Peacock is described as a “mail-art artist, City of London analyst, Libyan Embassy squatter in the 1980s, researcher specialising in property and leisure, and anti-Criminal Justice Act activist in the 1990s.”. Item #06993

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