Why the Peanuts Gang Is Surging in Popularity After So Many Years

You're a good (65-year-old) brand, Charlie Brown

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There's an ambitious gal running for president who was never satisfied with the idea of being first lady. She's sharp, decisive and, by her own admission, "a little bossy." She looks forward to bursting through the glass ceiling at the White House. Do you know her name?

It's Lucy van Pelt.

The advice-dispensing Peanuts character may not seem like such an outrageous choice for the nation's highest office right about now. Or there's her football-fumbling frenemy, Charlie Brown, or his streetwise dog, Snoopy, also known as Joe Cool.



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