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  1. This can be found in Modern Primitives in the chapter about ManWoman, the Canadian artist trying to reclaim the ancient Swastika symbol from the Nazis. It’s of a girls hockey team from Edmonton Alberta in the 20’s.

  2. Yeah, I thought there was something a bit off about this. Usually (though not always) the NAZI swastika is turned about 45 degrees so that the outer legs describe a diamond shape; the traditional swastika is usually set “square” as in this photo.

    I’m not sure how I feel about efforts to “reclaim” the swastika. The NAZIs were such a potently clear example of pure evil that they make a highly useful historical example, and should not be forgotten.

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