Film, Video Peace, little girl : [Daisy political spot] Alternate Title: [Peace, little girl--Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 campaign--political spot] / Alternate Title: [Daisy--Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 campaign--political spot] / Alternate Title: [Daisy girl--Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 campaign--political spot]
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- Peace, little girl : [Daisy political spot]
- Alternate Title: [Peace, little girl--Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 campaign--political spot]
- Alternate Title: [Daisy--Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 campaign--political spot]
- Alternate Title: [Daisy girl--Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 campaign--political spot]
- Schwartz, Tony
- Luiz, Monique
Created / Published
- - Political television commercials
- Political television commercials
- - Summary: "Daisy," sometimes known as "Daisy Girl" or "Peace, Little Girl," is a controversial political advertisement that aired on television during the September 7, 1964 telecast of David and Bathsheba on The NBC Monday Movie. Though only aired once by the campaign of Lyndon B. Johnson, it is considered to be an important factor in Johnson's landslide victory over Barry Goldwater and an important turning point in political and advertising history. It remains one of the most controversial political advertisements ever made.
- Film, Video
Call Number/Physical Location
- Mavis identifier: 1185386
- Tony Schwartz Collection
- Motion Picture, Broadcasting And Recorded Sound Division
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Chicago citation style:
Schwartz, Tony, and Monique Luiz. Peace, little girl: Daisy political spot. 1964. Video. https://www.loc.gov/item/mbrs01185386/.
APA citation style:
Schwartz, T. & Luiz, M. (1964) Peace, little girl: Daisy political spot. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mbrs01185386/.
MLA citation style:
Schwartz, Tony, and Monique Luiz. Peace, little girl: Daisy political spot. 1964. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mbrs01185386/>.