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George Washington, fresh on the heels of his starring role in ads for the new dollar coin (Landmarks, March 13), reappears as a cutout in a campaign for the Library of Congress. The cardboard Washington proves a poor rap artist. Rather than spending time with cutouts of famous Americans, the Library of Congress suggests children go to its new Web site for kids (americaslibrary.gov). It's the library's first public service ad campaign and was created by Advertising Council agency DDB Worldwide, Chicago. Copywriter: Ken Erke. Art director: Bill Fogarty.
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