2 The entire quote reads, ”Someone said that Brecht wanted everybody to think alike. I want everybody to think alike. But Brecht wanted to do it through Communism, in a way. Russia is doing it under government. It’s happening here all by itself without being under a strict government; so if it’s working without trying, why can’t it work without being Communist? Everybody looks alike and acts alike, and we’re getting more and more that way.” First published in Art News in November 1963, the interview was reprinted in John Russell and Suzi Gablik, eds., Pop Art Redefined (New York: Praeger, 1969), pp. 116-19.