tin medal
 n.— «For some kind of tin medal for having made the least valuable contribution toward solving the strike situation in defense industries, we nominate those gentlemen who rose in the Senate and House and shrieked for “the electric chair” and “treason charges punishable by 25 years’ imprisonment” for strikers.» —“Plain Good Sense Will Pull Us Through” Clearfield Progress (Pa.) Apr. 8, 1941. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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