This poster was produced for promotional purposes by the War Resisters League, most likely sometime in the late 1970s.
Simply designed, it features a Eugene Debs quote at the top—”I would no more teach school children military training than teach them arson, robbery, and assassination”—and the classic anti-militarist/War Resisters League logo of two hands cracking a rifle in half in the middle.
ATTENTION: These posters are over 30-years-old. Although they are in overall good condition, they may have some worn or faded edges and small corner bends. We only have a small number of this poster, and unfortunately all the copies we have were at one point awkwardly folded, so they have a light diagonal bend across the top 1/3 of the paper.