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The first major quarrel and the subsequent secession in the Hungarian avant-garde in 1917-1918 had a long lasting impact on radical modernity and even on the entire Hungarian leftist intellectual and cultural life in Hungary and beyond. This article provides a critical examination of this early and decisive controversy in the avant-garde journal MA (To-day), edited in Budapest, leading to its split into aesthetic and political sides since 1917-1918. It highlights some of the most importantdoi:10.21825/jeps.v3i1.8327 fatcat:uf7selwnbjhzhiu73pwhcv5jry