A guide to debating the issues themes for debate John and Marilyn Neuhart

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This a poster aprox 18" x 36" by John and Marilyn Neuhart, professor of graphic arts UCLA. Possibly dated to the 1970's.
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Of A Gujde to Debate the Issues containing Themes for Debate and Primary Poses for Ladies and Gentlemen USA 1897.
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Found at an estate sale, in good condition, some age discoloration to the paper. Very slight creases and edge tears. It has been folded. It should lay flat when framed.



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