Room 001.12 1978. The Referendum

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The conflict between citizen and State was an aesthetic – and of course political – debate that ran clean through the Transition. Between 1976 and 1978, city walls and counterculture magazines debated the limits of parliamentary democracy, as though they were a parallel constituent assembly. Elsewhere, the language of the State and new techniques of marketing and political communication would coalesce in the different formats of the Constitution displayed publicly.