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Co-Curator David Schwartz on Campaign Commercials

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Co-Curator David Schwartz on Campaign Commercials

Co-Curator David Schwartz on Campaign Commercials

Co-Curator David Schwartz on Campaign Commercials

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The new online exhibition at The American Museum of the Moving Image is called "The Living Room Candidate: Presidential Campaign Commercials 1952-2004". Schwartz is the chief curator of film at the museum. He'll talk about the history of political commercials from their inception in 1952 to the present.

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