No More Broken Treaties, Honor the Peace Agreement
21.25 in HIGH x 14.50 in WIDE
(53.97 cm HIGH x 36.83 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom edge has: "Produced and Distributed by Indochina Peace Campaign, 181 Pier Avenue, Santa Monica, Calif. 90405 For The United Campaign To End The War. Design By Public Interest Communications". Below this is a list of involved organizations.

Poster has a large stylized image of a human figure wearing a conical Asian hat and a large black garment. The background behind this figure is blue with the stylized image of a North American Indian seen in profile from the neck up with a large feathered headdress on. The image is surrounded by a thin salmon colored border. There is text printed in the area defined by the figures large black garment it reads: "No More / Broken Treaties / The Paris Peace Agreement guarantees the right of self-determination / to the Vietnamese people through democratic liberties and elections. / Instead, Thieu's Saigon regime holds and torments millions of / citizens in prisons, refugee camps and heavily-policed slums; / and rains bombs, shells and defoliants on the countryside. / All this depends on American advisors, American equipment, / American tax dollars - $1.7 billion in 1974. / Honor the / Peace Agreement". This poster makes the connection between the long history of broken treaties made between the U.S. government and native peoples and the potential subversion of the peace accorsds in Vietnam. [LMC]
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