LEFT-WING ISSUED ANTI-NIXON BUTTON CIRCA 1972.

We believe "The Worker" is a reference to the Workers World Party, a revolutionary Marxist-Leninist Party established in 1959. In the 1960's the youth arm of the party "Youth Against War & Fascism" was very active in Chicago with S.D.S., helped organize the "Free Angela" movement, and revived the socialist tradition of International Women's Day. This 1.25" button is Mint and out of the Marshall Levin Collection.

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LEFT-WING ISSUED ANTI-NIXON BUTTON CIRCA 1972.
LEFT-WING ISSUED ANTI-NIXON BUTTON CIRCA 1972.
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