Presidential Campaign Posters

Author: The Library Of Congress
Editor: Quirk Books
ISBN: 1594749957
Size: 12,49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Here are 100 ready-to-frame political campaign posters from the annals of American history! The candidates range from Andrew Jackson (“Defender of Beauty and Booty”) and William Henry Harrison (“Have Some Hard Cider!”) to Richard Nixon (“He’s the One!”), Barack Obama (“Hope”), and many, many more. The posters are backed with colorful historical commentary and additional artwork; best of all, they’re bound with clean microperforated edges so they can be removed, framed, and displayed. Presidential Campaign Posters is the perfect gift for political junkies of all ages!

Presidential Campaign Posters

Author: William R. Tripp
Size: 13,77 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Presidential Campaign Posters From The Library Of Congress

Author: Library of Congress
ISBN: 1594745544
Size: 18,49 MB
Format: PDF
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"Includes 100 ready-to-frame posters"--Cover.

Posters Propaganda And Persuasion In Election Campaigns Around The World And Through History

Author: Steven A. Seidman
Editor: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820486161
Size: 20,24 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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How effective are election campaign posters? Providing a unique political history, this book traces the impact that these posters - as well as broadsides, banners, and billboards - have had around the world over the last two centuries. It focuses on the use of this campaign material in the United States, as well as in France, Great Britain, Germany, South Africa, Japan, Mexico, and many other countries. The book examines how posters evolved and discusses their changing role in the twentieth century and thereafter; how technology, education, legislation, artistic movements, advertising, and political systems effected changes in election posters and other campaign media, and how they were employed around the world. This comprehensive and original overview of this campaign material includes the first extensive review of the research literature on the topic. Posters, Propaganda, and Persuasion will be useful to scholars and students interested in communications, politics, history, advertising and marketing, art history, and graphic design.

Presidential Campaigns Slogans Issues And Platforms The Complete Encyclopedia 2nd Edition 3 Volumes

Author: Robert North Roberts
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313380937
Size: 13,32 MB
Format: PDF
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The book provides a comprehensive discussion of the major issues and events surrounding all American presidential elections, from the earliest years of the Republic through the campaign of 2008.

Encyclopedia Of Political Communication

Author: Lynda Lee Kaid
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1412917999
Size: 11,29 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 477

Prop Art

Author: Gary Yanker
Size: 11,71 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Graphic Communication Handbook

Author: Simon Downs
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136642218
Size: 10,68 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Graphic Communication Handbook is a comprehensive and detailed introduction to the theories and practices of the graphics industry. It traces the history and development of graphic design, explores issues that affect the industry, examines its analysis through communications theory, explains how to do each section of the job, and advises on entry into the profession. The Graphic Communication Handbook covers all areas within the industry including pitching, understanding the client, researching a job, thumbnail drawings, developing concepts, presenting to clients, working in 2D, 3D, motion graphics and interaction graphics, situating and testing the job, getting paid, and getting the next job. The industry background, relevant theory and the law related to graphic communications are situated alongside the teaching of the practical elements. Features include: introductions that frame relevant debates case studies, examples and illustrations from a range of campaigns philosophical and technical explanations of topics and their importance.

Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies

Author: Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek
Editor: Purdue University Press
ISBN: 1557535930
Size: 13,59 MB
Format: PDF
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The studies presented in this volume are intended as an addition to scholarship in (comparative) cultural studies. More specifically, the articles represent scholarship about central and east European culture with special attention to Hungarian culture, literature, cinema, new media, and other areas of cultural expression. The volume's articles are grouped into five sections: part one, "History Theory and Methodology of Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies," includes studies on the prehistory of multicultural and multilingual central Europe. Part two, "Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies and Literature and Culture," focuses on the reevaluation of canonical works, as well as Jewish studies, which has been explored inadequately in central European scholarship. Part three, "Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies and Other Arts," includes articles on race, jazz, operetta, art, fin-de-siecle architecture, communist-era female fashion, and cinema. In part four, "Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies and Gender," articles are about aspects of gender and sex(uality) with examples from fin-de-siecle transvestism, current media depictions of heterodox sexualities, and gendered language in the workplace. The volume's last section, part five, "Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies of Contemporary Hungary," includes articles about post-1989 issues of race and ethnic relations, citizenship and public life, and new media.

The Boundaries Of American Political Culture In The Civil War Era

Author: Mark E. Neely Jr.
Editor: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807876947
Size: 18,11 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Did preoccupations with family and work crowd out interest in politics in the nineteenth century, as some have argued? Arguing that social historians have gone too far in concluding that Americans were not deeply engaged in public life and that political historians have gone too far in asserting that politics informed all of Americans' lives, Mark Neely seeks to gauge the importance of politics for ordinary people in the Civil War era. Looking beyond the usual markers of political activity, Neely sifts through the political bric-a-brac of the era--lithographs and engravings of political heroes, campaign buttons, songsters filled with political lyrics, photo albums, newspapers, and political cartoons. In each of four chapters, he examines a different sphere--the home, the workplace, the gentlemen's Union League Club, and the minstrel stage--where political engagement was expressed in material culture. Neely acknowledges that there were boundaries to political life, however. But as his investigation shows, political expression permeated the public and private realms of Civil War America.