This Machine Kills Fascists Coffee Mug. It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.
In Guthrie's opposition to fascism, he conceptualized the ideology "as a form of economic exploitation similar to slavery," straightforwardly denouncing the fascists – particularly their leaders – as a group of gangsters who set out to 'rob the world'." This recalled a protest strategy he had used "during the Great Depression, when social, political and economic inequality had been engendered by a small rich elite." During that era, Guthrie had "romanticized the deeds of outlaws such as Jesse James, Pretty Boy Floyd, Calamity Jane or the Dalton Gang both as legitimate acts of social responsibility and as 'the ultimate expression of protest', thus transforming the outlaw into an archetypal partisan in a fight against those who were held responsible for the worsening social and economic conditions"
• For each mug sold $2 is donated to arts & music in the public schools
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• White and glossy
• 11 oz
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