`Stop being so English' says Ikea

September 1998
Cabinet Maker;
Notes Britain-based Ikea's advertising campaign for its furniture line. Ad's claim that consumers' furniture is struck in the past; Earlier troubles encountered by Ikea with a tongue in cheek ad.


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