The Expanding Frontier of Tyranny

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Kodak screen in Times Square in 2012. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters)
Kodak bends the knee for the Chinese Communist Party, whose influence now stretches into America through our own storied companies.




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D
ammit, another one. This time Eastman Kodak, makers of film and other gear for photography. Another what? Another American company that has decided to treat the hysterical screaming of the Chinese Communist Party as if it were the wailing of an innocent child — a child whose wound it has sought to heal.

Recently, Kodak’s Instagram account featured work from a forthcoming collection, Dust, by Patrick Wack, a Parisian photographer who has been working in western China and now resides in Berlin. Wack has been photographing the changing life of western China for the better half of a decade. His photographs

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