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Monismanien Prize for freedom of speech was founded by Swedish filmmaker Kenne Fant in 1975. Fant's movie Monismanien 1995 is set in a fictive post-World War III totalitarian state of the same name and portrays the effects of suppression of freedom of expression.

The prize is awarded by Göteborg's student nation at Uppsala University, Sweden.

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