Advertising: Who's for Whom

As Madison Avenue sees it, the main campaign of Election Year 1964 will pit Doyle Dane Bernbach against Erwin Wasey, Ruthrauff & Ryan, Doyle Dane, the imaginative agency celebrated for its Volkswagen and El Al ads, has landed the prized account to merchandise Lyndon Johnson to the U.S. public; Erwin Wasey, whose accounts stretch from Gulf Oil to Olga Girdles, has edged out Leo Burnett, Inc. and several other eager contenders to win Barry Goldwater's business. Beyond those two, hundreds of agencies this year have gone into politics for pay — and...

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