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One button, from 1976, displays the names of Ronald Regan and Pennsylvania Sen. Richard Schweiker, who lost the Republican nomination that year to Gerald Ford and Bob Dole. Another, from the 1968 primaries, promotes Hubert Humphrey for president with Robert F. Kennedy as his running mate. Rubert also owns several issue-oriented buttons, such as once from 1940 opposing Franklin Roosevelt’s unprecedented run for a third term. From a purely aesthetic standpoint, his favorite comes from Richard Nixon’s 1972 campaign. He voted for George McGovern that year, he said, but he likes the button for its stark typeface and its rich colors. It was also easy to find on the web. “Blue and red Nixon buttons were all over the place,” he said.
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