On the Campaign Trail: The Long Road of Presidential Politics, 1860-2004
Mr. Schoen talked about his book On the Campaign Trail: The Long Road of Presidential Politics, 1860-2004, published by Regan Books. He discussed the images and memorabilia that have defined previous presidential campaigns, as well as the evolution of campaigning since the 1860s. Mr. Schoen illustrated his remarks with slides of images in the book. Mr. Schoen responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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