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    "Sincliar" Political Dollar 1934.
    A syngraphic reminder from author Upton Sinclair's failed attempt to become governor of California in 1934. "Sincliar" ( "liar" is highlighted on the note) was a member of the Socialist Party from 1902 to 1934, but he surprisingly won the nomination of the Democratic Party. Sinclair's platform was called "EPIC" for "End Poverty in California." He also wrote the novel, I, Governor of California, and How I Ended Poverty as an outline for his plans. This anti-Sinclair note also turns "EPIC" into an abbreviation for "Easy Pickings in California." A few other jabs at Mr. Sinclair are taken on the note. PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ.

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