Steven W. Colford

from restrained (Reagan) to unrestrained (two on right for Bush in '92).; To many political advertising observers, Lyndon Johnson's ``Daisy'' spot from 1964 remains the seminal presidential campaign commercial. SPAWNED FROM A `DAISY' PRESIDENTIAL TV ADS HAVE ADDRESSED ISSUES, SET EMOTIONAL TONES AND CAUSED CONTROVERSY

02.28.95 @ 12:00 AM EST

NEW CONGRESS FUELS CONCERN ON DEDUCTIBILITY

01.09.95 @ 12:00 AM EST

GOP CONGRESS IS AD FRIENDLY

01.02.95 @ 12:00 AM EST

Roarty O'Toole 3 TO JOIN AD HALL OF FAME HERBERT, ROARTY, O'TOOLE TO BE INDUCTED MARCH 28

12.12.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

DEMS EYE AD DEDUCTIBILITY

12.12.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

JOE CAMEL HEADS FOR SHOWDOWN IN CALIFORNIA COURT

12.05.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

FADE-OUT FOR GREEN CALIFORNIA CASE COULD HELP BURY ADS WITH ECO-APPEAL

12.05.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

IT WAS THE SEASON OF SLEAZE ADMEN DECRY NEW LOW IN POLITICAL ADVERTISING AND OFFER SUGGESTIONS

11.14.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

GOP TIDE BUOYS TV VIOLENCE CRITICS

11.14.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

FEAR OF BEING PAINTED WITH POLS' DIRTY BRUSH

11.14.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

COURT OKS LIMITS ON LIQUOR ADS

11.07.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

MADD'S MOOD TURNS TOUGHER ON LIQUOR ADS

11.07.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

POLITICS '94: NASTY ADS AND BITTER CAMPAIGNS

10.31.94 @ 12:00 AM EST

REP. MARKEY URGES RULES ON ONLINE PRIVACY

10.31.94 @ 12:00 AM EST