|Pinback button opposing Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy for president, 1960. Emress Specialty Co., New York.
Some voters in 1960 saw little difference between the two major party candidates. With the federal government growing in size year-by-year, it didn't matter who got in; in either case, the taxpayer picked up the bill. This unusual pinback recently surfaced at an APIC meeting in Arizona, brought in by a gentleman whose grandfather, a dentist in Desert Hot Springs, California, distributed them in 1960. Only a few hundred were issued.
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