Reform Movements "At Last", cover on 'The Suffragist', Saturday, June In September 1918 President Wilson endorsed the amendment granting women the right to vote. It took nine months from Wilson's endorsement until Congress passed the amendment in June
"Kindly Move Over A Little, Gentleman" Herblock 1965
“If You Had Any Initiative, You’d Go Out and Inherit a Department Store” Barry Goldwater (1909–1998), the long-serving Republican senator from Arizona, inherited a Phoenix-based chain of department stores when his father died in 1929. Associated with the conservative movement, he became a major player in the Republican Party in 1961. Herblock reacted sardonically to Goldwater’s hard-line conservatism, which he felt was unrelenting toward the poor, particularly the impoverished in the African…
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British Columbia's Saturday Sunset newspaper on August
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Honoré Daumier - Gargantua - 1831 Here we go again.
iams / Convery This political cartoon from 1965 portrays how little the US understood about the Vietnam War before they became involved. The soldier is walking into a very clouded, foggy area, not knowing what to expect.
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"What this country needs is a good mental insecticide" from Dr. Seuss' progressive political collection, this anti- racism cartoon was first published June 1942 - still rings true over 50 years later
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“If You Had Any Initiative, You’d Go Out and Inherit a Department Store”, by Herb Block, Washington Post, December 12, 1961. - The cartoon shows Barry Goldwater (1909–1998), heir of a chain of department stores and Rep. senator from Arizona. Herb Block mocks Goldwater’s hard-line conservatism, which he felt was unrelenting toward the poor, particularly the African American community.
This cartoon of 18 June 1947 by EH Shepard for the British magazine Punch shows Truman and Stalin as two taxi-drivers trying to get customers. The 'customers' are labelled 'Turkey', 'Hungary', 'Bulgaria', 'Austria'.