Poster opposing the reelection of President Richard Nixon and U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, 1972. Artists' and Writers' Protest / Colorcraft, Inc.
One of the most provocative posters ever to appear during a presidential campaign, issued by peace activists who believed four more years of a Nixon presidency would mean four more years of atrocities in Vietnam. To drive home the point, a gruesome photograph of dead villagers at My Lai is used. Not for the squeamish!