300 dpi Amy Ning color illustration of man jumping for joy over Capitol building. Orange County Register 2009

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300 dpi Amy Ning color illustration of man jumping for joy over Capitol building. Orange County Register 2009 individual liberty illustration liberation joy freedom freedoms civil rights capitol privilege jump jumping winner winning, krtbusiness business, krtcrime crime, krtnational national, civil rights, krtjustice justice, krtlaw law, krtcompanyinfo company information, krtnamer north america, krtusbusiness, u.s. us united states, CLJ, FIN, CRI, 02000000, 04000000, 02006000, 02007000, 02007001, 04016000, 2009, krt2009, krt, mctillustration, oc contributed ning coddington mct mct2009 2009 MCT
300 dpi Amy Ning color illustration of man jumping for joy over Capitol building. Orange County Register 2009 individual liberty illustration liberation joy freedom freedoms civil rights capitol privilege jump jumping winner winning, krtbusiness business, krtcrime crime, krtnational national, civil rights, krtjustice justice, krtlaw law, krtcompanyinfo company information, krtnamer north america, krtusbusiness, u.s. us united states, CLJ, FIN, CRI, 02000000, 04000000, 02006000, 02007000, 02007001, 04016000, 2009, krt2009, krt, mctillustration, oc contributed ning coddington mct mct2009 2009 MCT

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