Xu Bing, Red Book, 2000
On each of the cigarettes are hand-stamped lines from The Communist Manifesto:
Pay attention to uniting and working with comrades who differ with you. This should be borne in mind both in the localities and in the army. It also applies to have come together from every corner of the country and should be good at uniting in our work not only with comrades who hold the same views as we but also with those who hold different views. The people, and the people alone, are the motive force in the making of world history.
'On Coalition Government'
24 April 1945