Alternative Name(s): Button

This badge was worn by the donor during anti-Vietnam war and anti-conscription rallies in Melbourne. She collected this, and a number of other badges, during the Moratorium marches during 1970 and 1971. The colours of the Moratorium logo are similar to the flag of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam, an underground organisation generally supported by the political left. The idiom 'to vote with one's feet' implies an individual's freedom to support or participate in a given situation. In this slogan, the meaning also functions as an encouragement to direct action and participation in protests.

Physical Description

Badge with yellow moratorium symbol on blue and red background surrounded by black perimeter with white text.

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