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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 ( 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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