Saturday, October 1, 2016
  • Friday, Nov. 24, 2000
Ad Re-enacts Real-Life Tragedy To Reach Voters

A car starts. Cutting quickly among a Texas license plate, the dusty ground and a length of chain, the black-and-white, high-contrast spot is compelling in its austerity: There are no people, no colors—just the inanimate objects. Nonetheless, it conveys a real menace.

With "Byrd Truck,"...

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