Brecht en la tierra de Disney
"America... in which racial groups, nationalities, classes mingled and fought, explored new territories, built skyscrapers, formed gangster bands, but altogether stood for adventure and expansion: filled stockyards and constructed railroads - gateways opening on infinite wilderness and possibilities! American meant all these, and also Charlie Chaplin, plenty of money, food, energy, and what the Germans did not least envy: America meant future! What mattered then a little distortion, when so much was real?" Brecht, 1941.