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Progress Cash Hustler to Pimp

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Progress #118 – ( 20 inches by 30 inches )

1000 dollar bill as the Pimp on the PROGRESS poster was produce in 2005. The 20 dollar bill, is the hustler, the 50 dollar bill is the player, the 100 dollar bill is the Baller and the 1000 dollar bill is the Pimp! The for presidents are Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, Ben Franklin, and Grover Cleaveland was born on March 18, 1837 in Caldwell, New Jersey.  His family moved to New York when Grover was young, but he could not attend college because of his father’s death. He went on to study hard and in 1859 he was admitted to the New York Bar Association.
Grover’s political career quickly blossomed in Buffalo, New York.  In 1863 he became assistant district attorney.  In 1871 he became sheriff.  In 1881 he became mayor and in 1882 he became governor of New York. In 1884, he defeat4ed Republic James Blaine in the presidential race . In 1885 he entered office. During his first term as president, Grover enlarged the civil service and vetoed pension raids on the Treasury. In addition, the statue of liberty was dedicated and he American federation of labor was formed. Despite his popularity, grover Cleveland was defeated by Bejamin Harrison in his bid for reelection in 1889. 
In 1892, Grover Cleveland defeated Benjamin Harrison in the popular election and became the first and only president to serve two non-consecutive terms as president. Unfortunately for Cleaveland, he entered his second term in a difficult position. The country was experiencing a money crisis brought about by a lowered gold reserve and questionable spending. Cleveland was unsuccessful in his attempt to thwart an impending depression and refused to interfere in business matters or rising unemployment. In 1894 and unemployed worker named Jacob Coxey mobilized an army of jobless workers who walked from the Midwest to Washington dc demanding unemployment relief and legislation. Cleveland rejected coxie’s demands and coxie was arrested for trespassing. In 1896, the democratic party chose to nominate William Jennings Bryan as their presidential candidate rather than Grover Cleveland. Grover Cleveland died on June 24, 1908. He was honored on the United States $1000 bill before it was taken out of circulation.


4 Comments

  1. George Says:

    I would like to buy several of your posters!!
    what do you i need to do?


  2. GG Says:

    Big pimp’n! I love the money on this poster. I knew it would be a hit at work. We have it up in the breakroom

    GORDON


  3. TimandKim Says:

    SHOW ME THE MONEY!


  4. SWAS Says:

    I love this poster of the money! It looks great on my wall.



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