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English: A simple Portable Network Graphics (.png) rendering of an "I Like Ike" button, supportive of the candidacy of U.S. Army General and Republican candidate for President of the United States Dwight D. Eisenhower during the United States presidential election, 1952. I ( Tyrol5) created this image myself.
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