I Like Ike : The Presidential Election of 1952 (Paperback) (John Robert Greene)

I Like Ike : The Presidential Election of 1952 (Paperback) (John Robert Greene)

The Living Room Candidate.  examine presidential elections since 1952 through the lens of political commercials. Explore via the election year, the type of commercial, or the issue being targeted.

The Living Room Candidate. examine presidential elections since 1952 through the lens of political commercials. Explore via the election year, the type of commercial, or the issue being targeted.

United States presidential election, 1952 Dwight D. Eisenhower was the Republican nominee with Richard Nixon as running mate.  Carried 39 states with 442 electoral votes, and 34,075, 529 Popular votes.  Democratic's nominee was Adlai Stevenson and John Sparkman as running mate.

United States presidential election, 1952 Dwight D. Eisenhower was the Republican nominee with Richard Nixon as running mate. Carried 39 states with 442 electoral votes, and 34,075, 529 Popular votes. Democratic's nominee was Adlai Stevenson and John Sparkman as running mate.

1952, Dwight D. Eisenhower (R) - 442 EV / 34,075,529 (55.2%) PV, Adlai Stevenson (D) - 89 EV / 27,375,090 (44.3%) PV

1952, Dwight D. Eisenhower (R) - 442 EV / 34,075,529 (55.2%) PV, Adlai Stevenson (D) - 89 EV / 27,375,090 (44.3%) PV

United States Presidential Election of 1952.   Adlai Stevenson warns against a return of the Republican policies of Herbert Hoover

United States Presidential Election of 1952. Adlai Stevenson warns against a return of the Republican policies of Herbert Hoover

31 Oct 1954, Havana, Cuba --- General Fulgencio Batista, (center), who took over power in a 1952 military coup, holds his final press conference before the Cuban presidential election which he is a candidate. Batista was favored to beat opposition leader Ramon Grau San Martin, but Grau withdrew as a candidate, urging a boycott. Grau's party has demanded that the November 1st election be postponed for eight to ten days, complaining of many incidents of violence involving the armed forces...

31 Oct 1954, Havana, Cuba --- General Fulgencio Batista, (center), who took over power in a 1952 military coup, holds his final press conference before the Cuban presidential election which he is a candidate. Batista was favored to beat opposition leader Ramon Grau San Martin, but Grau withdrew as a candidate, urging a boycott. Grau's party has demanded that the November 1st election be postponed for eight to ten days, complaining of many incidents of violence involving the armed forces...

1956. Dwight D Eisenhower was re-elected president against opponent Adlai Stevenson.

1956. Dwight D Eisenhower was re-elected president against opponent Adlai Stevenson.

Presidential Elections Used to Be More Colorful. All the presidential elections throughout history.

Presidential Elections Used to Be More Colorful

Presidential Elections Used to Be More Colorful. All the presidential elections throughout history.

When America Liked Ike: How Moderates Won the 1952 Presidential Election and Reshaped American Politics

When America Liked Ike: How Moderates Won the 1952 Presidential Election and Reshaped American Politics (Hardcover)

When America Liked Ike: How Moderates Won the 1952 Presidential Election and Reshaped American Politics

Pinterest
Search