The War on Complexity

In the 1920’s, economic prosperity and advancements in technology and the arts were at a peak. Optimism was high and times were, some might say, great.

In 1929, the U.S. stock market crashed in the most devastating financial crisis in the country’s history, tipping off the Great Depression and creating widespread poverty, panic and a reverberation of fear and anxiety that…

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Josh S. Rose is a filmmaker, photographer, artist and writer. Writing about creator life and observations on culture.

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Josh S. Rose is a filmmaker, photographer, artist and writer. Writing about creator life and observations on culture.

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