The Economist 'Where do you stand?' by AMV BBDO

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The Economist is launching a new poster campaign under the banner 'Where do you stand?' addressing current political concerns.

Focusing on issues as diverse as drugs legalisation, the trading of human organs and prisoners' right to vote, the ads concentrate on the magazine's agenda-setting editorial

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Released: 03 June 2010

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