New York held Hostage: Vote yes on Proposition 6
24.00 in HIGH x 18.00 in WIDE
(60.96 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Right edge has "Printed by Faculty Press. Poster concept and production by Lawrence Kramer and marcy Kass, Communicators for Nuclear Disarmament." Bottom right corner has a small union label #159.

Poster has a light blue background with the statue of Liberty in light grey. The statue has several US Navy missiles tied around it. On the right in white is, "The Navy wants to base a fleet oin our harbor that could carry 360 nuclear Cruise Missiles/ But New Yorkers- 111,954 of us - have signed petitios so the whole city can decide./ Keep out deadly plutonium./ Protect our economy from new tax burdens/ Save our city from becoming a military target./ Tell Washington and the whole world NYC wants to end the arms race." In large red letters below is, "New York Held Hostage." The bottom edge has a white bar with black text. It reads, "Vote Yes on Proposition 6 on Tuesday, November 5, 1985. this referendum can win- if you help, now, on election day and after: contact: Yes on Six campaign: 243-6555 - Mobilization for Survival/NY: 673-1808 - Riverside Church Disarmament Program: 222-5900 x262."
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