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That's Alamo Drafthouse Cinema CEO Tim League talking, and he's only half joking about the seemingly contrarian gambit playing out at the newest outpost of his company's chain of drink-in-seat movie theaters. Alamo Drafthouse Cinema opened in Los Angeles earlier this month with 12 screens, a bar, a display of vintage posters from League's personal collection, and the so-called "Video Vortex," stocked with 45, videocassettes that patrons can borrow at no cost. Asked how he expects to make a profit by lending customers free videos, League tells Fortune"I still think it's a capitalist move. We've already
Arrive at Washington. Photo shows women members of the Klan from Lancaster County Pa. Some walked in lines as wide as 20 abreast, while others created formations of the letter K or a Christian cross.
The intersection of propaganda and creative culture has always been a centerpiece of political communication, from the branding of totalitarian regimes to the design legacy of the Works Progress Administration to Soviet animated propaganda. We media consumers are far too jaded by national politics to be influenced by campaign posters, right? We all know that posters are blatant manipulations, intended not to inform but to enlist.
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The now-famous Democratic donkey was first associated with Democrat Andrew Jackson's presidential campaign. His opponents called him a jackass a donkeyand Jackson decided to use the image of the strong-willed animal on his campaign posters. Later, cartoonist Thomas Nast used the Democratic donkey in newspaper cartoons and made the symbol famous.