Anti-Soviet Bumper Sticker at 1984 Olympic Games

A person attending the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles holds a bumper sticker which reads, "Let the Soviets Play with Themselves," referring to the Soviet Union's boycott of the Olympics. The Soviet Union and 13 Communist allies refused to attend the Summer Games, as a form of payback for the West's refusal to attend the 1980 Olympics in Moscow. (Photo by Douglas Kirkland/Corbis via Getty Images)
A person attending the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles holds a bumper sticker which reads, "Let the Soviets Play with Themselves," referring to the Soviet Union's boycott of the Olympics. The Soviet Union and 13 Communist allies refused to attend the Summer Games, as a form of payback for the West's refusal to attend the 1980 Olympics in Moscow. (Photo by Douglas Kirkland/Corbis via Getty Images)
Anti-Soviet Bumper Sticker at 1984 Olympic Games
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Douglas Kirkland / Contributor
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01 July, 1984
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