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"A Tax Payer . . ."

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Description: Black letters on white, text reads: "A Tax Payer Living Off Tax Payers."
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"Debate? I Want a Tax Rebate"

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Description: Written in thick red letters, text reads: "Debate? I want a tax rebate."
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"I Did Not Vote For Inflation"

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Description: Text in large red letters reads" "I did not vote for inflation."
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"Festival of the Snakes"

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Description: Color caricature of a man, with one eye shut, and the other eye bloodshot, wearing a black hat and black overcoat, and signed: "Sid Boyum." In the top left...
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"Our Hero Heiden"

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Description: Text in bold red letters reads: "Our Hero Heiden." Poster is referencing ice skaters Eric and Beth Heiden.
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"If Everybody Was a Politician . . ."

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Description: In red letters on white board, text reads: "If Everybody was a Politician Who Would Do the Work."
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"The Nice Thing about Trying to Make an Honest Living . . ."

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Description: Written in large red letters the text reads: "The nice thing about trying to make an honest living is that there isn't much competition."
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"It's Difficult to Soar with Eagles . . ."

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Description: Political poster with text that reads: "It's Difficult to Soar with Eagles When You Work with Turkeys."
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"Vote Homesteaders Out — Out of Congress."

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Description: Long narrow poster for term limits with red letters on white which reads: "Vote Homesteaders Out — Out of Congress."
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"Maybe You'd Like to Debate With Brother Billy"

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Description: Caricature of President Jimmy Carter with the text: "Maybe You'd Like to Debate with Brother Billy."
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It's a Dog's Life!

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Description: A group of men and women with their tongues hanging out of their mouths are running low to the ground on all fours, kicking up dust. There are dollar signs...
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Schenks Atwood

Date: 1981
Description: Mock-up poster for the "Schenk's-Atwood Revitalization Association." At the top it reads: "Schenks Atwood" in red ink on a yellow background. Below that ar...
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Badger Backer Poster

Date: 1984
Description: Silk-screen print of University of Wisconsin-Madison mascot, Bucky Badger, in red ink on white paper. Bucky is running, and is wearing a striped sweater an...
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Panama Canal Poster

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Description: Text reads: "A politician buys* Somebody a shovel and then he wants all the credit for digging the Panama Canal. *With your taxes." Three shovels are drawn...
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"Lower your standard of living — Pay your taxes!"

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Description: Cartoon figures drawn in color, with Uncle Sam holding a vacuum cleaner hose for sucking dollar bills away from a small figure, wearing only a barrel. Text...
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"I Did Not Vote For . . ."

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Description: A political poster with text reads: "I Did Not Vote For Inflation, Recession, Unemployment, High Taxes Or Hypocrites. How about Using Your Tax Dollar On Yo...
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"We Are All Irish 17"

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Description: Four cartoon faces, three of them laughing leprechauns, one a stylish woman, with shamrocks scattered all about. Black line with red-brown for hair and bea...
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"I Thought I Smelled!"

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Description: A black drawing on white board of a cartoon skunk opening to top of a trash can. Text below reads: "I thought I smelled!" The garbage can is marked: "Polit...
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Jimmy Carter Caricature

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Description: Black-line head-and-shoulders caricature of President Jimmy Carter, with over-sized grin. Text reads: "But - I am my brother's keeper."
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"Opinions Are Like Aholes . . ."

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Description: Text in large red lettering reads: "Opinions Are Like Aholes, Everybody Has One!" over an amorphous shape of a person's rear end.

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