Oakland: Workers Alliance, n.d (1937). Mimeograph broadside, 8-1/2 X 11 inches, printed on one side. Light toning to edges; folded as for mailing; small ink notation to one corner; pencilled arithmetic on verso. Item #204368
Poster calling a mass meeting in Oakland in the wake of WPA layoffs and simultaneous cuts to State Relief. Includes a rather crude drawing juxtaposing a billboard depicting the "World's Highest Standard of Living" and the slogan "There Is No Way Like the American Way" with an image of impoverished people in front of it, scrounging with a dog for scraps from an overturned garbage can. The image is captioned: "American Way as per W.R. Hearst."