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Uncle Ted, antihero and author of "Industrial Society and Its Future", signed many of his letters with the initials FC, which stood for Freedom Club.

The pine tree is a traditional symbol of New England. The phrase "appeal to heaven" appears in John Locke's Second Treatise on Government, where it is used to describe the right of revolution. It is also used by liberty activists and enthusiasts of the American Revolution to commemorate the Pine Tree Riot, one of the first acts of resistance by the American colonists to British royal authority eventually culminating in the American Revolution.

• 3" x 2" embroidered patch with hook backing

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