With the approach of the U.S. presidential election, the Robert Klein Gallery and the Grand Circle Gallery in Boston are offering the chance to rediscover the history of this event through an exhibition of posters, photographs of candidates on the campaign trail, and other souvenirs. Republicans and Democrats alike will remember the moments of patriotism, turbulence and controversy that have marked the path to the White House. With photographs by Elliott Erwitt, Arthur Grace and Larry Fink taken between 1948, when Thomas Dewey ran against Harry Truman, to 2008, when Candidate Obama became the country’s first black president, Every Four Years is the occasion to do some catching up before heading to the polls on November 6.
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