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  • David Bergland 1984 Campaign Garment-dyed Heavyweight T-shirt

    In 1984, the Libertarian Party found itself at a crucial juncture, seeking a standard-bearer to carry its message of individual freedom and limited government into the presidential race. Enter David Bergland, a principled attorney from California who would become the party's nominee and a torchbearer for libertarian ideals.

    David Bergland's journey into the realm of presidential politics began with his active involvement in the Libertarian Party at the state level. As a dedicated advocate for classical liberal principles, Bergland rose through the ranks, eventually becoming the party's vice-presidential candidate in 1976 alongside presidential nominee Roger MacBride. This initial foray into national politics laid the groundwork for Bergland's subsequent bid for the presidency.

    In 1983, David Bergland formally announced his candidacy for the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination. The party, still in its formative years, sought a candidate who could articulate the principles of liberty with clarity and conviction. Bergland, with his legal background and commitment to individual rights, emerged as a compelling choice.

    At the 1983 Libertarian National Convention in New York City, David Bergland secured the party's nomination for president. His campaign focused on core libertarian principles, advocating for limited government, free-market economics, and a non-interventionist foreign policy.

    The 1984 election, however, presented significant challenges for third-party candidates like Bergland. The political landscape was dominated by the Reagan-Mondale contest, and the Libertarian Party faced the uphill task of gaining visibility amid the duopoly of the major parties.

    While Bergland's presidential bid did not result in electoral success, it played a crucial role in solidifying the Libertarian Party's presence on the national stage. His campaign contributed to the growing recognition of libertarian ideas, laying the groundwork for future candidates who would carry the torch of liberty into the political arena.

    Post-1984, David Bergland continued his involvement in libertarian advocacy, authoring books on the principles of liberty and remaining active in party affairs. His legacy as the 1984 Libertarian presidential nominee endures as a testament to the party's commitment to advancing the cause of freedom within the American political landscape.

    If you’re looking for a thick, structured tee that’s also super soft and breathable—look no further! The men’s garment-dyed heavyweight t-shirt ticks all the boxes and is made of 100% ring-spun cotton. The regular t-shirt style will complement most looks and fit you to a tee.

    • 100% ring-spun cotton
    • Fabric weight: 6.1 oz/yd² (206.8 g/m²)
    • Garment-dyed
    • Relaxed fit
    • 7/8″ double-needle topstitched collar
    • Twill-taped neck and shoulders for extra durability
    • Double-needle armhole, sleeve, and bottom hems


    Size guide

      WIDTH (inches) LENGTH (inches) SLEEVE CENTER BACK (inches)
    S 18 ¼ 26 ⅝ 16 ¼
    M 20 ¼ 28 17 ¾
    L 22 29 ⅜ 19
    XL 24 30 ¾ 20 ½
    2XL 26 31 ⅝ 21 ¾
    3XL 27 ¾ 32 ½ 23 ¼
    4XL 29 ¾ 33 ½ 24 ⅝
    S 46.4 67.6 41.3
    M 51.4 71.1 45
    L 55.9 74.6 48.3
    XL 61 78.1 52
    2XL 66 80.3 55.3
    3XL 70.5 82.6 59
    4XL 75.6 85 62.6

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