Seattle: Windowpane Press, 2004. A cube of 42 notched cards, twenty-six of which bear a democratically-minded alphabet. The letters are printed in red and overprinted in black ink with words expressing central tenets of democratic government, with all its positives and negatives. The remaining cards are devoted to calls for responsible and active citizenship, from voting to contacting representatives, and a variety of quotations from eminent political thinkers. The cards’ notches allow the reader to interact with them directly and to use their own creativity and imagination to create a free-form structure of their own devising, as an active citizenry would in a healthy democracy.
Produced by Bonnie Thompson Norman and five of her students. Cards housed in a paper box. Fine. Item #31335