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1972 George McGovern Campaign bumper stickers

Contributed by Stephen Coles on Mar 10th, 2019. Artwork published in .
    The ‘c’ of  Medium appears to be trimmed a bit to leave space for the ‘G’.
    Source: https://www.loriferber.com Image: Lori Ferber Collectibles. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The ‘c’ of Tempo Medium appears to be trimmed a bit to leave space for the ‘G’.

    Some have noted the recent trend of U.S. presidential campaigns moving away from the traditional patriotic color scheme of red, white, and blue. There is precedent for it, of course, such as the 1972 Shirley Chisholm campaign that inspired Kamala Harris’ material this year. Also, from the same year, this painterly gradient from George McGovern, who won the Democratic primary but lost the general election.

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    Source: https://www.loriferber.com Image: Lori Ferber Collectibles. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    1 Comment on “1972 George McGovern Campaign bumper stickers”

    1. Mar 10th, 2019  5:11 am

      The pins from this election are a lot of fun.

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