Angry Graphics by Karrie Jacobs
Protest Posters of the Reagan/Bush Era

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Published August 1, 1992 by Gibbs Smith. 92 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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During the 1980s, while Republicans stayed put in the White House, snipers (as the people who create, print and affix these protest posters call themselves) roamed New York City's Lower East Side, exp

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During the 1980s, while Republicans stayed put in the White House, snipers (as the people who create, print and affix these protest posters call themselves) roamed New York City's Lower East Side, expressing their discontent with business as usual.

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