Third Liberty Loan Poster

U.S. Treasury Department1918

National Constitution Center

National Constitution Center
Philadelphia, PA, United States

This poster encouraged Americans to prove their patriotism by purchasing war bonds. In April 1918, Congress passed the Third Liberty Loan Act to fund the war. By arousing fears of enemy spies and dissenters, this advertisement capitalized on the public’s desire to demonstrate loyalty during wartime.



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