[California?]: . A large, bilingual poster featuring Richard Nixon flashing his trademark ‘V’ sign, eating grapes and stomping on farmworkers and La Raza. The text, produced in Spanish and English, warns ‘La Raza’, the term used to describe Mexican and Chicano-descended peoples, that they must stop Nixon or be stomped. The artwork was created by Andrew Zermeño, a California born graphic artist who produced artwork for the United Farmworkers.
Offset lithograph printed in black on white stock (22 ¾” x 34 ”); union bug at the bottom. A Fine copy. Not found by title in OCLC, although we note a copy at the Center for the Study of Political Graphics. Item #9999