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This button refers to a speech given by Richard Nixon on October 9, 1968 while he was campaigning for the 1968 US presidential election. In this speech, he famously stated, “Any man who has had a chance for four years and could not produce peace, should not be given another chance.” As Nixon did not end the war in his first term, the phrase “Remember October 9th” became a major rallying slogan for Vietnam War protesters in the late 1960s and early 1970s.