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American Political Slogans

written by: robonthejob
 
We've all heard these before... but what exactly do they mean? Try your hand at deciphering the story behind the slogan.

Question 1:


The slogan "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too" was used by which presidential candidate?
William Henry Harrison
John C. Calhoun
John Tyler
Martin Van Buren

Question 2:


The phrase "Vote Yourself a Farm" was used in which US presidential election?
1860
1884
1888
1868

Question 3:


In 1968, the Republican slogan "Nixon's the One" was used by some Democrats on posters bearing the photograph of a pregnant African-American woman.
False
True

Question 4:


"Don't Swap Horses in the Middle of the Stream" was a slogan used in which president's re-election campaign?
Woodrow Wilson's
Harry Truman's
Abraham Lincoln's
Franklin D. Roosevelt's

Question 5:


Finish this slogan used against the GOP presidential candidate in 1884: "Blaine, Blaine, James G. Blaine ... ".
" ... the continental liar from the state of Maine"
" ... who will sell all our possessions to the King of Spain"
" ... what have we done to deserve such pain?"
" ... who first slew Abel and then murdered Cain"

Question 6:


"Had Enough?" was the slogan used against which president?
Harry Truman
Lyndon Johnson
Ronald Reagan
Franklin D. Roosevelt

Question 7:


The slogan "A Chicken in Every Pot and a Car in Every Garage" was used in the presidential election of Calvin Coolidge in 1924.
False
True

Question 8:


Democrats countered Barry Goldwater's 1964 slogan of "In Your Heart You Know He's Right" with which of these rejoinders?
"In Your Ear, He Speaks Only Fear"
"In Your Colon, You Know He's Rollin'"
"In Your Spleen, You Know He's Mean"
"In Your Guts, You Know He's Nuts"

Question 9:


"A Choice, Not an Echo" was the slogan of Republicans opposed to what?
The Reagan Administration
The Clinton Administration
The Carter Administration
The New Deal Reforms

 


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