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February 10, 2020


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Ramses Morales

It is a total lack of respect and decency... and coming from Il Manifesto... so... good for you, Emmanuele, cause our art should be paid and honored, but this value needs to grow first inside of us. Good for you.

Enrico Bertuccioli

I think that the main problem is that there are many improvised cartoonist (in Italy for example, I don’t know if in other countries is the same…) that do cartoons as a hobby while they do other jobs. So they are happy if a newspaper or a website publish their cartoons without paying them; they are “repaid” by the congratulations they receive from their parents and their facebook friends…

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