WERE IT NOT for the thick layer of smog, the view of Beijing from his office window would have been spectacular. The Director sighed, Los Angeles had once been famous for its smog, but the American environmental movement had forced through “clean air” legislation and cleared its skies. Democracy was, of course, no more than a smoke-screen for the dictatorial rule of the bourgeoisie, but around the edges of the system . . .
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