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Infernal triangle

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Jackson, Billy Morrow
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1 print ; 73 x 57 cm.)
Identification on accompanying material (typed): The Infernal Triangle is composed of a Pontifical Pope of Hate with a vulture head dress, who is igniting a cross of dynamite; a self righteous bigot, seated upon his victims, and viewing the reflection in the lynch rope mirror- - seeing his reflection as that of Christ while at his right is the Brute of Force with the bull mask and his dog beast, all forming a vicious triangle which sustain a way of life found in our society.
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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. 20560
Race discrimination
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Billy Morrow Jackson prints, [ca. 1965]
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