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When the topic of propaganda art pops up, most of us think of Vietnam protest posters or Tea Party banners. Colin Moore's Propaganda Prints takes a wider view, extending back to ancient Middle Eastern art and medieval crusaders. With three hundred images, Moore shows that artists have channeling their creativity on political and social issues, good and bad, for at least five millennia. Whether they are campaigning for Marxist revolutions or presidential elections; hippies or Hitler; these artistic outbreaks speak to constituencies who are looking for change. A revelatory view of hot button pushing.