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57th Inauguration January 21, 2013 Barack Obama 44th President

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Second inauguration events are usually less spectacular than first ones. There are no major changes in direction for the United States when voters support another four-year term. The 57th presidential inauguration on January 21, 2013, was no exception. Perhaps one of the only changes in recent years is an increase in security forces before, during, and after the event. But many supporters of the 44th president and of American politics in general attended the event. The donor of this political button supported the re-election efforts of Barack Obama.

Materialprinted paper | plastic | metal
OriginUSA
Stylepinback
Object ID113.1149
Credit LineGift of Braden Newsome

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