The history of political dissent in protest posters

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 Dave Heller and Ralph Young at WHYY studios with Young's book, 'Make Art, Not War: Political Protest Posters from the 20th Century.' (Emma Lee/WHYY)

Dave Heller and Ralph Young at WHYY studios with Young's book, 'Make Art, Not War: Political Protest Posters from the 20th Century.' (Emma Lee/WHYY)

Long before the ascendancy of tweets and television, protest posters were a preferred way to broadcast dissenting viewpoints. Temple history professor Ralph Young’s new book “Make Art, Not War: Political protest posters from the 20th Century” focuses on the form.

Long before the ascendancy of tweets and television, protest posters were a preferred way to broadcast dissenting viewpoints.

Temple history professor Ralph Young’s new book “Make Art, Not War: Political Protest Posters from the 20th Century” focuses on the form. He spoke with NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller.

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