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Americans will always fight for liberty.
America calling–
Bundles for Berlin.
Every man, woman and child...
Give 'em both barrels.
He's a fighting fool–
He's watching you.
Put your muscle on a war job.
Someone talked!
Strong in the strength of the Lord.

Strong in the strength of the Lord. We who fight in the people's cause-we will never stop until that cause is won.
Strong in the strength of the Lord. We who fight in the people's cause-we will never stop until that cause is won.
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David Stone Martin, artist. Office of War Information poster, no. 8. 1942. 42 x 28.

Three muscular arms, one holding a gun and the others holding tools, reach upwards together. This poster promoted cooperation among various segments of the American society-a woman, a soldier and a factory worker. It is a mixture of crusading, religious and industrial symbolism. The text of the poster is a quotation from a speech by Henry Wallace, then Vice-President, who ran for President on the Progressive Party ticket in 1948.