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LL/37432
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Sincerely Yours, Karl Marx. "Rebel with a cause" 
1990s (early, ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Ray Lowry 
  

  
LL/37534
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Today we say "Enough" - "No longer will we live on bended knees" 
1995 (on or before) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Id: L814, CATIM - Civil Action for Transition in Mexico 
  

  
LL/37536
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Liberate Our Minds - By Any Means Necessary 
1987 (copyright) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: TALL 
  

  
LL/37433
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Free Vanunu - Israeli nuclear prisoner of conscience 
1994 (before) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Id: L759, Campaign to Free Vanunu 
  

  
LL/37440
ThumbnailJ. Mickey 
Greetings from Los Angeles 
1990s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: © California Scene, LA 203 
  

  
LL/37438
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Bold Enough 
1986 (on or before) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: © Bunch of Artists 
  

  
LL/37445
ThumbnailPeter Kennard 
Nuclear weapons around the world 
1987 (on or before) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament 
  

  
LL/37439
ThumbnailGeorge Blair 
Daddy, What Did You Do when There Were Jobs? 
1980s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: © George Blair, Mind's Eye. 
  

  
LL/37434
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
It'll never work - Government policies create unemployment. They mean that your child might never get a job. 
1983 (after) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Design by Aaron Hatcher 
  
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LL/37431
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Because of the recession a few adjustments need to be made. 
1990s (early, ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: © Nobleworks 113 Clinton St. Hoboken, NJ 07030. Id: NW6503. Copy by Michael Bianchi and Christopher Noble. 
  
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LL/37435
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
We cannot live by bread alone 
1980s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Child Poverty Action Group 
  
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LL/37451
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
The Tax Man Cometh 
1990s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: South Atlantic Souvenirs, Id: SAS 9 
  
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LL/37441
ThumbnailCath Tate 
The Coming Out Ball [What do you mean you came out at the ball?] 
1986 (copyright) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Cath Tate © 1986 
  
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LL/37437
ThumbnailMichael Bennett 
Inner-City Charlie 
1986 (on or before) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Snappercards 
  
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LL/37443
ThumbnailKlaus Staeck 
For wider streets Vote Conservative 
1974 (image) 1987 (ca, publication) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Edition Staeck, Nr. 107a 
  
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LL/37450
ThumbnailLeon Kuhn (Cartoon) 
'We will see that Parliament and no other body stands at the centre of the nations life and decisions' - Conservative Manifesto '79 
1980s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leon Kuhn (Uncertain) 
  
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LL/37446
ThumbnailDavid Evans (Design) 
England's Glory - Sunday 2nd May 1982 - The General Belgrano 
1980
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Id: L384 
  
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LL/37447
ThumbnailJay Maidment (Photograph) Gail Bayer (Design) 
For the cost Of One Trident we could have a decent National Health Service 
1980s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Peace Advertising Campaign 
  
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LL/37444
ThumbnailAndrew Karaisker 
45% of all personal wealth belongs to 5% of the population 
1980s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Leeds Postcards, Id: L190, Child Poverty Action Group 
  
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LL/37448
ThumbnailCath Tate 
Norman Tebbit Demonstrates the Tory Answer to Unemployment 
1980s (ca) 
Postcard 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 
Publisher: Cath Tate (uncertain) 
  

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