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[San Francisco]: n.pub. . 1.5 inch diameter pin with design by Lisa Lyons depicting an elderly cigar-smoking man clutching fists full of cash getting booted from behind. IWW union bug on edge. The September 1969 issue of "The Movement" included a piece titled "Kick the Ass of the Ruling Class,".....
n.p. Richard M. Lester, [198-]. 1.75 inch diameter pin depicting the motorcyclist rights attorney riding his hog with Lady Justice standing behind him. Sticker on the reverse has contact info. The firm still uses a version of this emblem, but the biker in the cartoon has aged considerably.
[San Francisco]: the Alliance, mfg. by H. Slater West INC., 1980s. 1.25 inch diameter button with icon of gay couple, union bug, very good. Lesbian Gay Labor Alliance (early 1980s-1994) was a San Francisco pro-gay union organization that had the support of the San Francisco Labor Council. It was supplanted.....
n.p. [196-?]. 1.5 inch diameter pin, very good. Small "ILL." is added in the design to clarify the reference to Cairo, Illinois. The slogan was borrowed as the title of Preston Ewing's book "Let My People Go: Cairo, Illinois 1967-1973," about the racial clashes that plagued this city.