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At 50, the peace symbol is still going strong

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A soup cup at Peace and Love, a cafe in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood, shows off the restaurant's logo. (Photo by Beth Kowitt)

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Peace and Love, a cafe in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood, gives the 50-year-old peace symbol a prominent role in its logo. (Photo by Beth Kowitt)

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Peace and Love, a cafe in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood, uses the 50-year-old peace sign in its logo. (Photo by Beth Kowitt)

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A peace symbol, drawn in red spray paint, marks the side of a wall near a shopping center in Bellingham, Wash. (Photo by Karsten Moran)

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A peace symbol consructed of green and red lights adorns a house in Bellingham, Wash. (Photo by Karsten Moran)

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The peace symbol, one of the world's most famous symbols, is turning 50, and, as often happens by that age, it's gotten a few facelifts.


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