This button features a smoking factory in the shape of a dinner pail and reads “Do You Smoke? Yes – Since 1896! That’s What McKinley Promised!”. This button is meant to promote the fact that McKinley had the factories up and “smoking”, bringing economic prosperity and a full dinner pail to workers and the country.
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