‘Button Power’ by Christen Carter and Ted Hake explores pin-back buttons prior to social media

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Button Power by Christen Carter and Ted Hake explores pin-back buttons prior to social media

“Social media is today’s most popular platform for self- expression, but the button preceded it as a way to tell others what was on your mind and as a tool to help spread an idea. No other form of wearable expression has yet to replace the humble button – and unlike social media, a button is something you can literally stand behind.” – excerpt from ‘Button Power’ Cover of the new book Button Power by Christen Carter and Ted Hake, which goes on sale October 13, 2020Hake's Auctions NEW YORK, N.Y. – With an itinerary that journeys through campaign rallies, rock

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