Quiz: Campaigns, Slogans, and Songs Test your knowledge of historic campaign slogans. By Debra Bell Sept. 15, 2009 | 1:50 p.m. EDT + More In 1928, Herbert Hoover ran on the slogan "A chicken in every pot and ___" a radio in every living room a cow on every farm a blanket for every child a car in every garage Which 20th-century president promised a "Return to normalcy"? Warren Harding Franklin Roosevelt Richard Nixon Ronald Reagan In 1860, Abraham Lincoln's slogan was "Vote yourself a ___" mule house farm horse Who asked in a debate, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" Gerald Ford Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan John Kerry True or false: James Polk's "54-40 or fight" slogan referred to his age and that of his youthful opponent. True False Who sought a "kinder, gentler nation"? George McGovern Walter Mondale Jimmy Carter George H.W. Bush True or false: Woodrow Wilson won re-election in 1916 with the slogan "He kept us out of war." True False What composer/songwriter turned the slogan "I like Ike" into a song? Irving Berlin Leonard Bernstein Ira Gershwin Woody Guthrie What was the meaning of William McKinley's slogan "Full dinner pail"? He was vowing to feed the poor He was referring to the prosperity of his first term He was poking fun at his weight He was reaching out to farmers Which of these slogans was used by Bill Clinton in 1992? It's morning again in America Change we need Real plans for real people It's the economy, stupid Click here for the answers.