Alvin Duskin Supervisor Poster


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Alvin Duskin (1931-2021) was a San Francisco Bay Area educator, entrepreneur, and activist known for a series of campaigns he led in the 1970s. These initiatives included anti-highrise ads, a battle to stop the sale of Alcatraz Island to a Texas oilman, and an initiative that stopped the development of nuclear power plants in California. After an unsuccessful and tedious race for the Board of Supervisors, Duskin shifted his interest to environmental causes at a statewide and even global scale. Handscreened on brown paper by Pandemonium 1971 numbered 103/250 Measures 24" X 36"

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Weight 32 oz
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