Ideology and survival. Pragmatism and idealism. Crumpled in pockets. Tightly gripped in the hands of a body broken under the wheels of a commuter train or the cogs of a system. A list of aspirations. Rubbed thin in nervous anticipation. Heralded by the anxious rustling of money or the pitter patter of bullets on old walls. Governments are toppled by the weather not by bullet-points. Your future is not your future however much you stock up. A whole century squeezed between two aspirational concepts, stuck in a crevice, gasping for breath, choking on mucus, a manifesto - a shopping list. Cultures and nations anointed special by the friction of conveyor belts, lauded in tinned goods and cushioned in receipts. People frogmarched to landfills by assertive ink stains on pieces of paper, justified by repetition. A consumer, a revolutionary, a manifesto, a shopping list.