“WIN”: How Gerald Ford tried to whip inflation with a button

In the mid-1970s inflation was so high, the president referred to it as “public enemy #1” – and turned to Madison Avenue to come up with an ad campaign and rallying cry, “Whip Inflation Now.”

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