Celebrate a time when Presidential candidates really stood for something with this retro 11 x 17 inch print!
Comes with this description: This campaign poster from the contentious 1960 election shows the tremendous divide between the three candidates. The vigorous John F. Kennedy appealed to a growing liberal youth movement with promises of a brighter future. Richard Nixon was popular among right-wing voters who favored the stability of the past eight years under President Eisenhower. And Tobor directed his appeals to the robot population of the United States with his popular, albeit controversial, “Enslave All Humans” strategy.
Once in a while, a candidate comes along who's truly revolutionary. Someone who doesn't come from Washington, who's seen the world through different, unfeeling eyes, and has a plan to...
If you want to be Tobor's biggest supporter on the campaign trail this year, there's only one way to do it...with this officially branded Campaign Car! Help Tobor destroy all...
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