Gifts for political junkies

You love a political junkie. It's holiday season. We understand. For this mercurial set, a pair of slippers and a feel-good bestseller just won't do. Vox's policy and politics team came up with gifts that even the wonkiest person on your list will enjoy. Whether the obsession is presidential politics, political history, the Supreme Court, or gerrymandering, we've got you covered. —Laura McGann and Libby Nelson

Hamilton soundtrack

Hamilton is this year’s most talked-about Broadway show, beloved by both President Obama and former VP Dick Cheney. The concept: A multiracial cast reinterprets the life of the first Treasury secretary through rap and hip-hop.

What It Takes: The Way to the White House

Richard Ben Cramer follows candidates along the 1988 presidential campaign trail, uncovering who they really are as people. This work is considered a classic in the politics genre.

Vintage campaign pins

The best part of a political campaign is the swag. The New York Times Store has a stash of great vintage buttons, pins, and ribbons from all the way back to the ambitious Abe Lincoln run in the 1860s.

New Yorker cover print

Here's a highbrow way to remember a big political moment: The New Yorker offers prints of iconic covers. Whether it's the Obamas' "terrorist fist bump" or Bert and Ernie celebrating the Supreme Court's DOMA decision, there's something for everyone.

Portraits of Power

In this book, Richard Avedon's political work from the Vietnam era to the 2004 presidential campaign is brought together, including images of politicians alongside those of protesters and voters.

Notorious RBG mug

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a Supreme Court justice, a champion of women's rights, and now an internet icon. The viral meme "Notorious RBG" started on Tumblr and has spread to all manner of goods.

Election movie night

Host a movie night for your favorite political junkie, and put on this film about a ruthless politician who’ll stop at nothing to win ... a high school election. Reese Witherspoon and Matthew Broderick make this a classic of the genre.

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