Ron Paul Revolution 2008 Campaign Vintage 3/4 Sleeve Raglan Shirt

Liberty Maniacs

A stylish spin on the classic baseball raglan. The combed cotton blend makes it super soft, comfortable, and lightweight. Sports the unofficial campaign logo for the Ron Paul 2008 campaign designed by Freedom's Phoenix  Ernest Hancock

Likely the greatest modern grassroots political logo ever created. The design instantly became a hit and became engrained as a staple of activism across the United States starting in 2007. Liberty Maniacs began adopting it in a push to spread awareness of liberty, placing it on shirts, hats, stickers, and all manner of things. Once the Ron Paul campaign officially got off the ground, Liberty Maniacs became the bumper sticker shop for the campaign for a while, offering this and dozens of other items to a new generation of liberty-lovers.  

From bridges to shirts and signs at political conventions, activists and supporters sported the Ron Paul "love-o-lution" logo as the establishment chided them. But the movement spread, starting a spark that became the first legitimate "tea party" movement before party hacks and corporativist infiltrators destroyed it. Then the movement began to spread to other groups, combining with young people calling for financial reform during the occupy Wall Street movement, police reform and civil liberties organizations, and digital privacy and cryptocurrency movement.

Who started the crypto movement? Ron Paul supporters. So many important political movements began in part with the Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign, and this, more than anything, is the lasting symbol of that historic grassroots effort.

• Fabric weight: 4.5 oz/yd² (152.6 g/m²)
• Fine knit jersey
• 30 singles
• ¾ sleeves
• Contrast raglan sleeve
• Reactive-dyed for longer-lasting color
• Prewashed to minimize shrinkage
• Tear away label

Size guide

Lenght (inches) 26 28 29 30 31 31
Width (inches) 16 ½ 18 20 22 24 26

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