Clinton Years- The American Dream Reversed (2001)

The American Dream Renew art collection series was started as an advocacy to portray -according to the old adage that a picture has a thousand words- to pass on the story of our times in a thought provoking social economic way with art that talks. The first art piece came when the Local 169 Steelworkers in Mansfield Ohio were locked out of their jobs. The company hired replacement workers and their own police force to enforce the process. These steelworkers have been locked out of their jobs now for over three years with many families suffering severly. This art is also symbolic like the rest in the American Dream Renew series of the millions who lost their jobs while a statistical prosperity was reported.

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The American Dream Renew art collection series was started as an advocacy to portray -according to the old adage that a picture has a thousand words- to pass on the story of our times in a thought provoking social economic way with art that talks. The first art piece came when the Local 169 Steelworkers in Mansfield Ohio were locked out of their jobs. The company hired replacement workers and their own police force to enforce the process. These steelworkers have been locked out of their jobs now for over three years with many families suffering severly. This art is also symbolic like the rest in the American Dream Renew series of the millions who lost their jobs while a statistical prosperity was reported.

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