Here are my thoughts on the March of Dimes designs from the U.S. Mint.
The one on the left is my favorite. The empty wheelchair with a child walking away aptly illustrates the outcome, a near total victory over polio. I remember thinking, "Hey, wouldn't it be really cool to use the Roosevelt Dime as one of the wheelchair wheels!" The design on the right shows why that's not such a good idea. It looks like FDR is sitting on his own head.
I give the one on the left style points even though I don't like it. The design evokes the slot people placed their dimes in to donate to the cause. The one on the right works better, I think, and has the bonus of being a double numismatic design,
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