Carol Wells

Center for the Study of Political Graphics

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Founder and Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, a collection of over 80,000 political posters, located in Los Angeles, California

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On Saturday, Occupy LA turned into  Bank Transfer Day  as hundreds of people marched through the financial district to demonstrate their frustration with financial institutions,…

Protesting Wall Street, in Public and Private

On Saturday, Occupy LA turned into Bank Transfer Day as hundreds of people marched through the financial district to demonstrate their frustration with financial institutions,…

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