Against Coastal Oil Drilling? You'd Better Say So Now!
c. 1981
21.50 in HIGH x 13.50 in WIDE
(54.61 cm HIGH x 34.29 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Lower right corner has a Public Media Center Logo.

The poster is printed with black text and images on white paper. The top edge of the poster has a rectangular field divided into five even sections created by dashed lines. The first four sections contain he name and information of a person, text against coastal oil drilling, and a place for someone to place their name and address. The last section is addressed to the Friends of the Earth and has options for donating money. Below this row of 'coupons' is the text: "Against Coastal / Oil Drilling? / You'd Better Say So Now!". The remainder of the poster is covered primarily in text about coastal oil drilling, and the associated problems for the environment. The text is interspersed with three small image, a photo of a Bolinas Grebe, a photo of Secretary of the Interior James Watt, and a large map illustrating the proposed coastal drilling locations at the Eel River Basin, the Point Arena Basin, the Bodega Basin, Santa Cruz Basin, and Santa Maria Basin.James Watt, appointed Secretary of the Interior by President Reagan 1981-1983, was extremelely controversial. TIME magazine included him in their list of "Top 10 Worst Cabinet Members." [LMC]
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