Peace Sign

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  • Topic: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Peace symbols
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  • Published : February 10, 2013
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Has anyone seen the peace sign?

Are you wondering what this question is all about? If you are then keep thinking on it? Have you seen the peace sign lately? Where? Well, that is the main point! Where have we seen the peace sign lately? I am sure you have seen it everywhere; it is hard not to see the peace sign these days. Just think about it, you probably own a bunch of stuff that contain the peace, who knows, maybe you are wearing your peace sing PJs while reading this article. Does it actually bring you more peace in your sleep? These are too many questions regarding the peace sign right? Well, the peace sign is in trouble and it is crying out loud for immediate salvation. The peace sign appreciates all the people’s efforst to print it everywhere, but it’s starting to worry if anyone remembers the meaning behind it. It is a symbol we should be proud to hold on our accessories or clothing and not a fashionable trend. Do you ever wonder what the peace sign stamped on your shoes really means? Older generations, the generation of the 1960s carried a valuable meaning behind the peace sign, it was more than just a detail that matched an outfit. The usage of the peace symbol today has been spread in so many different ways that probably even the peace sign itself has forgotten its own meaning. The peace symbol has become more of a “cool” theme cookie party, a wall paper, or a bag, than a symbol that must transmit the message of peace. The overuse of the peace sign has made the meaning behind it vague and to lose its original value. The peace sign has a reach history and was introduced in the world by people with great passions and amazing views of the world. The peace sign was brought to life in Britain by the artist Gerald Holtom on February 21st, 1958. It was primarily designed for the British disarmament movement. It didn’t become popular however until two years later when it was exported in the United States. An American student from the University of Chicago...
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