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How America elects a President (Fletcher/Forbes/Gill)

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Publisher: Sunday Telegraph
Publication: 1964
Pages: Series of x15 posters
Size: 500 x 750
Text: English
Design: Fletcher/Forbes/Gill

Very scarce collection of posters, printed and distributed as a service to schools by the Sunday Telegraph.

"An Exhibition prepared for the United States Information Service by an Anglo-American Committee of Scholars."

No.1 - How American elects a President
No.2 - The Election Will Take Place On 3 Nov 1964

No.3 - How did the Presidential Candidate get on to the Ballot?
No.4 - What Do The Conventions Do?
No.5 - Who is a possible Presidential Candidate?
No.6 - How do delegates make up their minds?
No.7 - 

How are delegates to the Conventions chosen.
No.8 - The 1964 Conventions

No.9 - The campaign begins
No.10 - Principles & Patronage
No.11 - The most strenuous political feat in the world
No.12 - Who are qualified to vote?
No.13 - The electoral system

No.14 - Voting
No.15 - The Inauguration

Condition: Fair. All posters show varying degrees of wear, with a mix of faults that include pen inscriptions, water staining, chips to edges, tape to corners, light body creasing, etc. Nonetheless a very scarce set of posters that carry some striking Bob Gill illustrations. 

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