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About the book design
The cover is a representation of a statue that stands in the grounds of the UN in New York and is used with the express written permission of the UN legal department. The statue was donated to the UN in 1958 by the Soviet Union and represents a sword being transformed into an agricultural implement by a soldier-turned-farmer. The book was typeset in 10 point Minion Pro with 14 point leading, which combine to give the pages a classical, airy feel. Chapter titles and headers are in Felix Titling which is a special title font more agressively articulated than main-body font. InDesign 5.5 was used in the production and extensive use was made of its optical margin alignment as well as grids. The red colour of the cover is in Pantone DS 73-1 C. This is a particularly harsh variant of red which was chosen to emphasize the hammerman figure on the front cover.
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