Political Newspaper Ads

September 1999
Campaigns & Elections (1996);Sep99, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p48
Focuses on newspaper advertisements as versatile communication tools in political campaigns. Tactical usages illustrated by the advertisements; Description of David Silverman's advertisement; Analysis of various political advertisements.


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