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The Art of Bonds - TV Commercials (PSAs)

The U.S. Government has used TV commercials, also known as Public Service Announcements (PSA), to convince people of the importance of buying bonds. Here are some entertaining examples of those commercials.

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Thumbnail:  Bugs Bunny 50th

"Bugs Bunny 50th"
00:30


Thumbnail:  Collectors Coins

"Collectors Coins"
00:30


Thumbnail: Saving Cowboys

"Saving Cowboys"
01:00


Thumbnail:  Disappearing Gifts

"Disappearing Gifts"
00:30


Thumbnail: Father/Son

"Father / Son"
01:00


Thumbnail:  Gift Giving

"Gift Giving"
00:30


Thumbnail:  Education Growth

"Education 'Growth'"
00:30


Thumbnail:  Present/Future

"Present / Future"
01:00


Thumbnail:  When I grow up

"When I grow up"
00:30


Thumbnail:  EE Files (EasySaver)

"EE Files (EasySaver)"
01:00


Thumbnail:   When I Retire

"When I Retire"
00:30



Thumbnail:  Uncle Sam Speaks

"Uncle Sam Speaks"
03:54




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