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Pin-backed buttons have been presidential campaign fixtures for more than a century. Bush-Cheney and Kerry-Edwards now have added their names to the roster of presidential and vice presidential hopefuls who used these diverse, colorful trinkets to ballyhoo their cause. Collectors prize such remnants of politicians’ dreams—especially those from losing campaigns, which frequently fetch higher prices as more were tossed out in the post-election day trash. Fame, of course, is fleeting. How many of these folks can you remember or identify?



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