Approximately eight years after, Marinetti wrote his poem, ‘Initial Manifesto of Futurism’. He urged his colleagues to get inspiration from the new energy released by the department of science and technology, as well as the new spirit of achievement and adventure. Apollinaire altered the conception that the world will necessary bring out new ideas and fresh means of expression to do away with antiquated tradition. He stressed that artists should use reality that in many cases exceeds legend or even implements it (Weikop, 123).
The new spirit via the element of surprise distinguishes itself from all literally and artistic movements that came before it, (Dorra, 310). This new spirit was ideally not ‘new’ after it was established from the solid bases of experience and common sense. It had earlier been argued that there is nothing new in the sun; the new spirit doesn’t give up in a thorough investigation on everything under the sun. The spirit had some old aspects in it, it does not change the ridiculous but gives it a responsibility that has piquancy. Secondly, the new spirit does not want to give the unknowns the same meaning as the noble. It is neither an impressionist art nor a decorative art.
The artists of dada hated Apollinaire due to the fact that he carried around with him the academic concept of the spirit, and wrote numerous poems about Zionism, communism and socialism, and is positively challenged by the talent Muse had given him. He had also taken out mortgage on literature and believed that everything had to it was is. They (dada) criticized his works claiming that he was stuck up in is Germanic culture
The Breton’s Manifestowas clearly different from the new spirit and dada in several ways; first, it operated within limits to which its performance was limited unlike the new spirit, which operated in a wide range of elements in the world. Secondly, it targeted the return to the waking state in that it was obliged to keep it as a phenomenon of interference (Cassidy, 5). That made it seem sound and its equilibrium relative unlike the dada which changed every new element is discovered. Thirdly, it fully satisfied the mind of a dreaming man hence reducing smothering the agonization question of the possibility. The new spirit believed that each new era had its new things. Lastly, when time comes, the dream can be represented in a methodical way. This was a way of realizing the dreams of the future things to come.
In the U.S, the protestors were mainly young people because they mostly in social networks hence promoting the protests (Sarah Van Gelder, 6). Older people got involved as the protests grew. In France, protests were mainly by landless peasants who were trying to expunge the debts they owed their master. A scholar describes ‘the 99% of them looks too beaten down to protest for anything as grand as fairness in the distribution of the resources’ (Cassidy, 6). Unlike in U.S, in France, a lot of property was damaged through burning and looting. The most popular terms used during these protest were job, college, pay, work, students, and loans.