“[I]t’s a fun book to flip through: colorful, informative, funny and thought-provoking. It’s perfect for political junkies, or for anyone interested in history.”—The Wichita Eagle
“This handsome, 11” x 14” collection includes more than 100 suitable-for-framing reproductions of vintage one-sheet posters throughout American history (from Andrew Jackson’s 1828 campaign against John Quincy Adams to Barack Obama’s iconic 2008 “Hope”), plus several culturally significant parodies, in an entertaining, informative overview about “the art” of getting out the vote.”—American Profile
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I teach US History and this was a very cool way to decorate my classroom.Published 11 days ago by Adam
Great campaign posters from Lincoln to Obama
Great so Smith poster Kennedy's john robert teddy Nixon 1960 68 72 posters ford 1976 as the find frm happy days 1976 jimmy carter... Read more
This was a gift for a history buff friend of mine...he absolutely loved it! Soooo interesting...great illustrations and in-depth descriptions of the historical context of each... Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Barbara.
I got this for my father who is a political history buff. We spent hours talking about the various winners and losers of the elections.Published on January 28, 2013 by SHANAN D BENTLEY
This book is an awesome coffee table piece for those interested in politics or design. Also, the pages are perforated and neatly tear out to hang as posters on your walls.Published on December 6, 2012 by Reginald Flopsy III