Great poster from 1916, depicting Allan Benson and George Kirkpatrick, candidates for president and vice president representing the Socialist Party of America.
You probably guessed: they didn’t win. In fact, their 590k votes was hundreds of thousands shy of Socialist Party candidate Eugene Debs' nearly one million votes in 1912 and again in 1920 (that last one from prison). Benson split with the party a few years later over its opposition to American involvement in World War I.
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