Quiz: Campaigns, Slogans, and Songs

Test your knowledge of historic campaign slogans.

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  1. In 1928, Herbert Hoover ran on the slogan "A chicken in every pot and ___"
  2. Which 20th-century president promised a "Return to normalcy"?
  3. In 1860, Abraham Lincoln's slogan was "Vote yourself a ___"
  4. Who asked in a debate, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
  5. True or false: James Polk's "54-40 or fight" slogan referred to his age and that of his youthful opponent.
  6. Who sought a "kinder, gentler nation"?
  7. True or false: Woodrow Wilson won re-election in 1916 with the slogan "He kept us out of war."
  8. What composer/songwriter turned the slogan "I like Ike" into a song?
  9. What was the meaning of William McKinley's slogan "Full dinner pail"?
  10. Which of these slogans was used by Bill Clinton in 1992?
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