Photo of the statue of Phillip Burton, San Francisco
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About this photo
This statue of congressman Phillip Burton (1926-1983) at Fort Mason in San Francisco recognises the author of the bill that created the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which covers 80,000 acres across various sites, including parts of San Francisco. Poking out of his right pocket is a simulated piece of paper that says "The only way to deal with exploiters is to". The unseen end of the quote would read "terrorize the bastards".
the statue of Phillip Burton, San Francisco
|Location:||San Francisco, USA|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 450D|
|Date (GMT):||18/09/09 19:11|
|Original size:||4272 x 2848 pixels|
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