n.p. American Citizens United Against War, [1940?]. Forty-three labels, the largest 1.75x3 inches, most illustrated, in red, white and blue color schemes with flags, liberty bells, and other patriotic motifs. All are crisp, as-issued, with gum intact on the reverse. A couple cite American Citizens United Against War as the issuer, but most lack indication of organization.
These gummed labels were intended for placing on mail or sticking in places where the public could see them. In one, the war is blamed on "the bankers" with a citation of criminals practicing usury (wink, wink) but none are explicitly pro-fascist. The general tone is broadly "America first," don't get involved in Europe's fight. A number quote earlier Democratic Party advocacy against war.