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Screengrab of a black and white TV ad from the 1952 Eisenhower campaign (2 of 4), showing an empty studio where a dark-haired woman wearing a hat with a modest feather and what looks like an animal print blouse or a dotted short sleeved blouse comments to an off-screen Eisenhower,
- "You know what things cost today. High prices are just driving me crazy."
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"The Colbert Report", September 27, 2007. This image is for parody use only.
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