Kaplan’s No More War is a montage of disparate elements that combine to condemn the Vietnam War. The artist juxtaposes marching soldiers with the face of a child and a weeping doll. The cobalt blue eyed broken doll is the most striking feature of the poster. Anti-war protests began with Lyndon Johnson’s intensive bombing of North ietnam in 1965 and accelerated on college and university campuses after the draft was introduced. 29×37 near mint, conservation backed.